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This one of several small waterfalls along a short stretch of the Hollow River. The first falls is about 500 m downstream of the outlet of Corner Cross Lake. The second is about 1 km downstream from the lake. This lake is located just outside (one of) the southwest corners of Algonquin Park.

I don't have any information about paddling to these falls. It appears that one could paddle to the falls in under a 5 km journey. It may be possible to put in on the north side of Bear Lake Rd, approximately at 45.3335, -78.6106.

Note, however, I've read that the Hollow River can have low flow in the summer. The area indicated above is mapped as wetland, so this may not be passable in a canoe for parts of the year. If you've visited, please let me know!

Some Key Facts
Region Cottage
County Haliburton
Near Cross Corner Lake
Watercourse Hollow River
Watershed / % Lakes 2 / 14%
Ownership Crown Land
Landscape Wilderness
Size Small
Type Cascade
Modification Natural
Access Shorter Water Route
Top / Bottom /
Trail conditions Shorter Water Route
Hiking Time
Coordinates 45.345,-78.584
Parking
45.3335,-78.6106
Site ID WOO.HAL.030
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