About Sauble Falls
Unlike almost all of the waterfalls along the Niagara Escarpment, this one is comprised of long, wide, low steps limestone. This is because most of the falls on the escarpment tumble over the edge of southern Ontario's rock layers. In this case, the river flows the other way, along the top of a rock formation, rather than over the edge of it. The falls are easily accessible, being right off Hwy 21. You will usually find campers or beach-goers crawling over the falls during hot weekend afternoons, and it can be hard to get a picture. Some times kids will jump into one of the deeper pools below the wide rock steps.