Silver Creek Falls
Photo courtesy Allen Woodliffe

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About this Waterfall

There are several very small falls along the river, though none of them are overly exciting at all. During winter/spring 2016 it suddenly received lots of attention on the Facebook group. Maybe because it's so close to the GTA? One of the falls is just under the road bridge. The bridge used to be lined by old rounded stones and boulders, but it has been recently updated. Still looks nice. A better, but still very small falls is located just upstream from the road, and another is located around the first bend in the creek.

I've been told that another small one is located further upstream. But even though I took the pleasant hiking trail upstream about 500 m, I couldn't find it. This stream will dry up in summer and early fall.

Some Quick Facts

Region: Greater Toronto
County: Halton
Near: Silver Creek
River: Silver Creek
Size: Small
Type: Cascade under Bridge
Access: Easy
Coordinates: 43.6909, -79.9696
Parking: No parking map yet

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