Fifty Road Cascade
Fifty Road Cascade. Photo by David Piano.
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Fifty Road Cascade. Photo by David Piano. Click to enlarge.
Fifty Road Cascade is a Talus Ribbon Cascade. Its
height is 10 metres (33 feet) and its width is 1.2 metres (4
feet). It collects water from farmers' fields and ditches at
the top of the falls, and experiences its strongest flow during
peak storm events and during the winter snow melt.
Fifty Road Cascade was discovered by Joe Hollick in 2007.
How to get there
Fifty Road Cascade is located on the east side of Fifty Road
above the Bruce Trail cross-over and near the top of the
escarpment. Its waters carry down a ravine to two culverts which
Map featuring Fifty Road Cascade. Click to enlarge
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