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About Raven Falls

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An interesting waterfall that few of us will ever visit. That likely includes me, but maybe some day! Reaching the site requires a 5 km paddle or boat ride across Raven Lake.

It is my understanding that there is access to the lake at the end of Raven Mountain Rd. This leads to a series of cottages and camps along the north shore of the lake. I don't know for sure, but there may be a spot where paddlers or boaters could launch here. Anyone looking to visit should do further research.

The falls has a section that appears to be a broad shield-like, low-gradient slope cascade. Further downstream, the river has carved some narrow notches in the rock.

NOTE: The driving directions lead to the south end of Raven Lake Rd. This is provided only for planning purposes; I have no idea if there is public access to the lake.

Some Key Facts
Region Northeast
County Timiskaming
Near Virginiatown
Watercourse Larder River
Watershed / % Lakes 2 / 20%
Ownership Crown Land
Landscape Wilderness
Size Medium
Type Cascade
Modification Natural
Access No Land-based Access
Top / Bottom /
Trail conditions Overnight Water Route
Hiking Time
Coordinates 48.0297,-79.5797
Site ID WOO.TIM.021
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