Peggy's Cove

Peggy's Cove

Peggy's Cove in Nova Scotia

Peggy's Cove

Peggy's Cove

Peggy's Cove with a bright sky.

Lower Balls Falls

Lower Balls Falls

Located within the Twenty Valley Watershed, Lower Balls Falls is one of the most breathtaking waterfalls within the area. Explore the many trails that this conservation area has to offer, and view the many other water features located within the vicinity. Lower Balls Falls is a plunge falls, falling 27m to the bottom of the gorge. Beneath Lower Balls Falls are smaller casacade falls; a visit is recomended. The flow of the water changes throughout the year, so these falls should be viewed in the spring immediately after the snow has melted in order to see them in full flow.

Upper Balls Falls

Upper Balls Falls

Upper Ball's Falls is in the Ball's Falls Conservation Area, near the Village of Jordan Ontario. It is one of the many waterfalls found on the Niagara Escarpment. You definitely want to check on the water levels before going out to see this waterfall. See Ball's Falls for general information about the area.

It is an easy 20 minute walk through woods from the lower falls to the upper falls. The viewing area for the upper falls does not give you very good views of the falls. You can get down into the gorge at the base of the falls without too much trouble.

Albion Falls

Albion Falls

Albion Falls is a Complex Classic Cascade waterfall 19 metres in height. Located at the southernmost tip of King's Forest Park in Hamilton, its source is Red Hill Creek. Albion Falls enjoys year-round flow.

Indian Falls

Indian Falls

Indian Falls taken from the bottom. It was a difficult descend to reach this spot.

Location: Owen Sound

Height: 45
Crest: 25

This is another of the many waterfalls along the Niagara Escarpment. It is only a few minutes drive away from downtown Owen Sound, followed by a 15 minute walk along the river and through the woods to the falls themselves. Definitely worth visiting while in the area. If you like waterfalls, the Owen Sound area is worth a trip by itself.

Bridle Veil Falls

Bridle Veil Falls

A beautiful falls set in a beautiful little village, this is one of the prettiest plunge class waterfalls in Ontario. About 10-12 m in height, the water falls over a prominent limestone formation, and drops vertically to the pretty plunge pool at the base of the falls. The far side of the gorge is covered in forest, while the near side has been tastefully developed as a visitor area.

Grand Falls in New Brunswick

Grand Falls in New Brunswick

Situated in mid-western New Brunswick, the Grand Falls Region is within ready access to Atlantic Canada and Central Canada, as well to the New England States. The town of Grand Falls is the center of economic activity for the region which encompasses eight communities and a population of approximately 30 000 within a radius of 30 km. The region contains valleys, high plateaus, two great rivers, and countless streams and lakes.

Great Falls

Great Falls

Great Falls, also known as Grindstone Falls, has a height of 10m or 33 feet, and a crest width of 5m or 16 feet. It is located on the Grindstone Creek in Waterdown section of Hamilton just off Mill Street, and has year round flow. A viewing platform has been built beside the waterfall as well as a parking lot.

Indian Falls

Indian Falls

Indian Falls taken from the bottom. It was a difficult descend to reach this spot.

Great Falls

Great Falls

Great Falls, also known as Grindstone Falls, has a height of 10m or 33 feet, and a crest width of 5m or 16 feet. It is located on the Grindstone Creek in Waterdown section of Hamilton just off Mill Street, and has year round flow. A viewing platform has been built beside the waterfall as well as a parking lot.

Inglis Falls

Inglis Falls

One of three waterfalls that surround the City of Owen Sound, Inglis Falls is the best known and most visited. Situated in the heart of the 200-hectare Inglis Falls Conservation Area, Inglis Falls is an 18 metre high cascade, created by the Sydenham River meeting the edge of the Niagara Escarpment. The erosive power of the water has carved a deep gorge at the base of the falls.

Jones Falls

Jones Falls

Jones Falls Ontario

Lake Dalrymple

Lake Dalrymple

Lake Dalrymple nearing darkness. This is a 30 second exposure.

Sable Falls

Sable Falls

With a 10-metre drop, Sauble Falls on the Lake Huron shoreline of Bruce County, is not a tall waterfall, but what it lacks in height, it more than makes up for in width as this crescent shaped cascading falls which is 5 minutes from Sauble Beach and great for a day trip.

Secluded waterfalls

Secluded waterfalls

Secluded waterfall in Nova Scotia. I can't remember how I got here but a local resident guided me to this place. It was miles off the highway and the access was a rough dirt road.

Waterfall

Waterfall

The waterfall is near Owen Sound and South Hampton

Sherman Falls

Sherman Falls

Sherman Falls is a 17 metre high curtain waterfall whose source is Ancaster Creek. It is located on private property near the Dundas section of the Bruce Trail. It has a year-round flow and also enjoys the romantic nicknames of Angel Falls and Fairy Falls.

Stream

Stream

A small stream. To get the flowing effect a slow shutter speed was used.

Tew's Falls in Hamilton

Tew's Falls in Hamilton

Tews Falls is a ribbon waterfall 41 metres in height, making it the tallest in Hamilton. Located at the Spencer Gorge / Webster's Falls Conservation Area in Greensville, its source is Logie's Creek.

Tiffany Falls

Tiffany Falls

Tiffany Falls is a 21 metre high cascade waterfall whose source is nearby Tiffany Creek. It is located at the Tiffany Falls Conservation Area in Ancaster.

This waterfall used to be fairly difficult to access during inclement weather conditions, but a new pathway was jointly completed in 2007 by the Hamilton Conservation Authority, the Bruce Trail Iroquoia section, the Rotary Club of Ancaster, and the Trillium Foundation. This new pathway includes two new bridges to cross the creek and a viewing platform.

Tiffany Falls

Tiffany Falls

Tiffany Falls is a 21 metre high cascade waterfall whose source is nearby Tiffany Creek. It is located at the Tiffany Falls Conservation Area in Ancaster.

This waterfall used to be fairly difficult to access during inclement weather conditions, but a new pathway was jointly completed in 2007 by the Hamilton Conservation Authority, the Bruce Trail Iroquoia section, the Rotary Club of Ancaster, and the Trillium Foundation. This new pathway includes two new bridges to cross the creek and a viewing platform.

Toogood Pond

Toogood Pond

Toogood Pond in Unionville taken early in the morning.

 Toogood Pond in Unionville

Toogood Pond in Unionville

Secluded waterfalls

Secluded waterfalls

I can't remember where this was taken but I do know it was very secluded and a good walk to get to it.

Weavers Creek Falls

Weavers Creek Falls

Weavers Creek Falls, located within Owen Sound's Harrison Park is a real gem in the winter. With a boardwalk access, and a canopy of hardwoods, its a beautiful setting for a winter hike. The trek to the falls begins in the city's 40 hectare park where Weavers Creek feeds the water that flows through the bird sanctuary before joining the Sydenham River. Following the creek upstream as it winds through the campground you will find the boardwalk that leads to the falls. Weavers Creek has been the site of a fish hatchery since 1902, where the Sydenham Sportsmen Association raises Chinook Salmon and Rainbow Trout.

Webster's Falls

Webster's Falls

Webster's Falls is a curtain waterfall 22 metres in height. Located at the Spencer Gorge / Webster's Falls Conservation area in Greensville, its source is Spencer Creek. It is one of two falls within the Spencer Gorge, and with a crest of 24 metres, it is the largest in the region. It is also probably the most popular and widely known fall in Hamilton, and has the biggest park associated with a waterfall. According to Joe Hollick, Webster's Falls has the highest number of vintage postcards bearing its image, suggesting that it was also the most frequently visited waterfall a century ago as well.

Webster's Falls from the bottom

Webster's Falls from the bottom

Webster's Falls is a curtain waterfall 22 metres in height. Located at the Spencer Gorge / Webster's Falls Conservation area in Greensville, its source is Spencer Creek. It is one of two falls within the Spencer Gorge, and with a crest of 24 metres, it is the largest in the region. It is also probably the most popular and widely known fall in Hamilton, and has the biggest park associated with a waterfall. According to Joe Hollick, Webster's Falls has the highest number of vintage postcards bearing its image, suggesting that it was also the most frequently visited waterfall a century ago as well.