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About Harris Lake Road Pond Falls

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There are several small waterfalls along this creek. The smallest (I think) is located under the hydro cut just east of Hwy 69. About 500 m further east, you could pull over at a curve to the left and walk into the woods on the right. After just 10 m, I could hear the waterfall. After an extra 20 m, I came the edge of a high bluff overlooking a pond. In the distance, there is a small but attractive waterfall (shown here) at the head of the pond.

I suspect that one could turn left, hike a bit further through the woods, then turn right and descend to the falls. I arrived here just before dusk and didn’t want to chance running into a Samsquamch.

If anyone tries to find this falls up close, please let me know. NOTE: The highway exit for Harris Lake Rd is slated to be closed when Hwy 69 is twinned.

NOTE, it is my understanding that this property is Crown Land, as per mapping on the Crown Land Atlas. However, there are private cottages further along the road, and these do not show as private property on the Atlas. Please watch for any signs, and do not trespass.

This site is coded yellow because there are no trails and a visitor might get turned around in the forest. Visiting may require traversing steep slopes.

Some Key Facts
Region Cottage
County Parry Sound
Near Harris Lake
Watercourse Naiscoot River
Watershed / % Lakes 2 / 15%
Ownership Crown Land
Landscape Wilderness
Size Small
Type Low Wide Cascade
Modification Natural
Access Challenging
Top / Bottom Difficult / Difficult
Trail conditions Forest
Hiking Time 5 min
Coordinates 45.6869,-80.4382
Site ID WOO.PAR.022
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