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This little falls is nothing special on its own, but it's in a beautful woodsy, mossy setting. I've only visited once. While it is no more than a metre high, the setting is pretty and can easily be explored. Just one of those nice little falls that is tucked in the woods, yet easy to access.

As far as I know, the waterfall is accessible to the public. The land parcel maps shows a right of way between residential lots on Covered Bridge Trail. A dirt trail passes through this area and makes a sharp bend to the left behind the homes.

When I walked back here, I felt like I was in someone's backyard at times. But the right of way is clearly marked on the map, and my local guide assured me that everyone does it. The homeowners just haven't erected fences along their back property line.

The coordinates of the falls are approximate only. The trail will take you straight to them, regardless of their exact postion. I recall that there were a few short steep sections along the trail. Please heed any signs that are added; this web site does not give you permission to trespass.

Some Key Facts
Region Cottage
County Muskoka
Near Bracebridge
Watercourse Keall Creek
Watershed / % Lakes 1 / 4%
Ownership Town of Bracebridge?
Landscape Suburban, forested
Size Very Small
Type Cascade
Modification Natural
Access Moderate
Top / Bottom Easy to view / Easy to view
Trail conditions Dirt, small hills
Hiking Time 10 min
Coordinates 45.0497,-79.3383
Site ID WOO.MUS.029
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This page last updated on April 20, 2024. Earlier versions can be examined on Archive.org, dating back to 2003.