Waterfalls Of Ontario

   Stay on the trail!    Waterfalls aren't waterparks!    Don't trespass!    Pack it out!    Keep yourself safe!    Save our waterfalls! (read more...)

   Stay on the trail!    Waterfalls aren't waterparks!    Don't Trespass!    Pack it out!    Keep yourself safe!    Save our waterfalls! (read more...)

Agawa Falls
 Labrador Falls
Photo courtesy Amii Hache
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Some quick facts

Region:
Northwest see more...
County:
Thunder Bay
Near:
Manitouwadge
River:
Size:
Medium
Access:
Challenging
GPS:
49.1732,-86.0952
Parking GPS:
Not ready yet

About Labrador Falls

This is a good size waterfall when it's flowing well! When stream levels drop in summer, the whole thing gets confined into a narrow slot eroded into face of the falls, as shown in Amii's photo. The slot was probably formed due to erosion along a joint, or, by differential erosion of a dike formed by a weaker intruded rock. Of the waterfalls around Manitouadge, this is one of the tougher ones to reach. It requires a 6 km "drive" along a rough "road". SUV or better, and unless conditions are perfect, you probably want a jeep or truck. The last portion is a 2 hour hike. More detailed directions are coming. Let me know if you can help!

Some quick facts

Region:
Northwest see more...
County:
Thunder Bay
Near:
Manitouwadge
River:
Size:
Medium
Access:
Challenging
GPS:
49.1732,-86.0952
Parking GPS:
Not ready yet



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