A great hike from the parking lot takes you to this waterfall in about 20 mins. Be sure to watch for the lower falls on the way too. The trail starts off in an old pine plantation but then becomes quite rocky and uneven. Almost as if you were walking along the Niagara Escarpment with lots of jumbled boulders and crevices. The trail leads to the vantage point from where this photo was taken. But you can keep going for another 5-10 mins around to the right to reach the top of this falls. As usual, I was in a rush... Next time!
Please treat our outdoors and other visitors with respect. Many waterfalls have been closed to the public because of bad behaviour. Also, note that waterfalls are on the traditional lands of Canada's Indigenous Peoples.
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