An interesting formation in an otherwise less-than-interesting area of Ontario. The views of the local area and Toronto are spectacular. There is hiking down and around the area. The parking lot is very small (fits perhaps 20 cars) and you will get ticketed if you park on the road. More of a place to see "along the way" to something... 更多
There is lots of parking available. This is a very unique location. From the too you can view the falls which are so tall and there is a lookout point where you can see the entire city as well Here are lots of hiking trail. Over 11 km of trails. An absolutely beautiful spot.
We went for a Mother's Day outing and had a great walk down to the bottom of the falls The way down way very steep but doable. It was a little slippery from the rain and hiking boots are a must. We took the camera had got some great shoots. Wouldn't take small children to the bottom
went for a walk with a group of friends. We parked in the $2.00 per hour lot. It was full, but turned over quickly, hence if you get there and there is no parking, wait a couple of minutes. The trail is steep getting down to the river.
This waterfall was not hard to find. Funny enough, when we arrived at the parking lot, many vehicles parked outside of this parking lot, as they thought they had to pay. However, the toll machine was behind lock and key, or in other words, it was free! There was a nice path to get there. In memorial to someone in... 更多
If you are a nature lover you sould go there. The different layers of the rocks gives to the fall a nice touch. Unfortunately we leave in a country that not everyone is respecting the nature so it's all spray painted but still is good to see.
We visited in April and the falls were definitely flowing! We were told last year they did not flow much due to the lack of precipitation. The hike down was good but slightly disappointing at how many people throw garbage all over the place. We were able to make it all the way around but unless you are a semi... 更多