Robertson Creek Falls
Photo by Mark Harris

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About this Waterfall

There are two waterfalls in this area. I think that I chose that one that is closer to the parking area, but harder to access! It is a very pretty falls, but I visited on a very grey, misty, rainy day, which made it hard for me to keep the lense clear of fog. This is challenging to access, but you can do if you are fit and careful.

Follow Robertson Creek Rd about 5-6 km east from Hwy 17. You will eventually find a parking area on the right. On the other side of the road there is a large sign at the trailhead for the Voyageur Hiking Trail. This trail leads up into the hills, and, I believe, passes a decent sized waterfall. What I did was stay on the side of the road of the parking lot. A weak trail leads east into the woods, then a little north, then east again. You will come to a steep trail that leads down the side of the valley. The falls should be visibile, and certainly audible. Total distance is about 300 m. This is not a trail for a familiy outing as it is quite a steep, demanding descent/ascent along a muddy slope. You will need to grasp at tree roots to get out.

Some Quick Facts

Region: Algoma
County: Algoma
Near: Karalash Corners
River: Robertson Creek
Size: Medium
Type: Cascade
Access: Challenging
Coordinates: 46.7683, -84.2936
Parking: Click for Parking Lot Directions

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