The Hog’s Back Falls, or The Prince of Wales Falls as it’s sometimes called, is right in the city but it doesn’t feel that way.
Morning gave us some cool relief, and we came to the stairs that let you go down into the gorge.
Such a beautiful sight. Why? Well, it hasn’t been as touristed as some other waterfalls.
It’s named after the Scottish immigrant who built the sawmill here, and is about 18 meters tall.
It’s a beautiful waterfall in a totally natural setting. Just off the Bruce trail, you can use the rope for a handhold on your climb down to the base where you can swim and play at the bottom.
When you get there and hope to cross the catwalk only to be gainsaid by the practice of one firetruck.
Fenelon Falls occurs where the drainage from Cameron Lake spills over.
I did not sleep well – lots of food and wine late in the evening always give me sleep trouble. Plus, since he had the same and was snoring – ugh, I did not sleep well at all.
Often referred to as the Niagara of the north, this one is truly gorgeous.
The town of Bracebridge initially built up around these waterfalls.