About Pelaw Rapids
This is probably the easiest of the small waterfalls in the Haliburton Forest and Wildlife Reserve. This is a beautiful privately owned reserve for which you can gain access for the day. See their web site. The falls can be reached following a very short hike past the end of the road. The yellow stars are given because the forest can be difficult to navigate. If you ask at the gatehouse they should konw this one; it's at the upstream end of Pelaw Lake. Many of the "roads" in the reserve are passable by a regular car, but are not well signed at all. It would be very easy to get temporarily lost in here. Particularly beautiful in the fall. It's hard to get a head-on shot because the shoreline spreads out after the rapids.
A great way to visit the falls in the Reserve is to participate in one of the photography workshops hosted by Facebook group member, David Sweeney. He helped me to find the falls in the reserve. www.yoursoutdoors.ca/