Devils Cascade
Photo courtesy Allan Webb

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About this Waterfall

Located at an inlet to the far north end of Rainy Lake that drains out of tiny One Mile Lake. This route used to be used to send logs to lumber mills in Fort Frances. According to Allan Webb, you can get to the falls by road but it's a bit of a trek. You need to follow Cedar Narrows Rd for about 27 until you reach Sphene Rd. This road apparently takes you to a path to the falls, but I don't have any tips for finding the path.

This is remote territory, so please be extremely careful and prepared if you attempt to visit (No city slickers from the south, please! :-) ). In fact, probably best not to try to search out this one unless you are from the area - but let me know if you do find it!. The elevation drops about 15 m from one lake to another. This photograph was provided by Allan Webb, and shows his grandfather

Some Quick Facts

Region: Northwest
County: Rainy River
River: an unknown watercourse
Size: Medium
Type: Long Cascade
Access: Moderate
Coordinates: 48.9731, -93.3386
Parking: No parking map yet

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Mark Harris hereby notifies you that he makes no guarantee that it is safe to visit any waterfall identified on this site. Conditions can change. Always use caution.
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