Clappison Falls in summer.
Photo by Joe Hollick.
Clappison Falls is a twin waterfall, both coming from separate
fissures side by side in the escarpment face. Total width is
approximately 3 metres (10 feet) and total height is approximately
7 metres (23 feet).
Clappison Falls was first brought to our attention by Elizabeth
Berestecki. She had indicated to Joe Hollick in early January
2008 that there were some possible waterfalls on the west side
of the Clappison Cut where the escarpment face had been widened
to allow for the reconstruction of Hwy #6.
How to get there
Clappison Falls is located on the west side of Highway #6, about
120 m north of the close-up Old Guelph Road. It was noticed after
the widening of Hwy #6 with the cutting of the escarpment and
it originates about 3/4 up the rock face (not from the top).
Clappison Falls Photo Gallery