Lafarge Falls is located on private property belonging to the Lafarge group. Its height is 15 metres (49 feet) and its crest width is 2 metres (6 feet) It is a Ribbon Falls, and experiences strongest flow during seasonal storms and after the winter snow melt.
Lafarge Falls is located between Middle Sydenham Falls and Upper Sydenham Falls on a separate tributary of the Sydenham Creek. This ravine tributary joins the main Sydenham Creek half way between Middle and Upper Sydenham Falls.
How to get there
When a person climbs the steps on the Bruce Trail beside Middle Sydenham Falls, the Bruce Trail turns to the left and on the right side is the sign indicating “Private Property, No Trespassing”. The strange fact is that the trail on the right onto private property and to Lafarge Falls and Upper Sydenham Falls is worn more that the Bruce Trail to the left. If you follow this pathway on Private Property, the first ravine on the left will lead you to Lafarge Falls, about 50 metres upstream.
Photos of Lafarge Falls