Located just 300 m downstream from the taller Scout Falls, this is a more in the form of a gentle staircase. There is no gorge and so it's quite easy to get to the base of the falls. The Bruce Trail (or a side trail) also leads right to the falls. There is another very small falls about 75 m downstream. Park in the lot at the end of Wiley Rd and follow the old road allowance. After less than 100 m you will reach a small creek. Turn right and follow the path that follows the creek on its far side. You will first come to Scout Falls; this one is downstream.
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