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A small but very attractive waterfall that is reserved for paddlers. Jason estimated that it was about 4 m high and about 12 m wide. This is located along an 80 m long portage between Fishog Lake and Round Lake. They were able to canoe up close to the base.

The falls are located past the very northern tip of FIshog Lake, which is actually an enclosed bay called North Bay.

The falls are about 5 km from Head Lake. There is no where to put in a canoe at this corner of the lake, though there may be cottage road access somewhere along the Head River. If not, the trip becomes about 10 km, as parking is available at the Head Lake Boat Launch, in the southeastern corner of the lake. The driving directions lead to this location.

If you have any information about where to access the waterway with a boat, please let me know.

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Region Cottage
County Kawartha Lakes
Near Fishog Lake
Watercourse Head River
Watershed / % Lakes 1 / 21%
Ownership Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park
Landscape WIlderness
Size Small
Type Cascade
Modification Natural
Access No Land-based Access
Top / Bottom /
Trail conditions Overnight Water Route
Hiking Time
Coordinates 44.7997,-78.8994
Site ID WOO.KAW.001
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