Promontory Falls in winter. Photo by David Piano.
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Promontory Falls is a Horsetail Ribbon
Falls and Cascade.
Its height is 18 metres (59 feet) which includes a 3 metre vertical drop section
and 15 metres of cascades. Its width is 1 metre (3
experiences stronger flow during peak storm events and after
the winter snow melt.
Promontory Falls was "discovered" by David
Wootton in 2007.
is located on the south side of the Bruce Trail between Pond Falls and Grand
Cascade, about a 20 minute walk from Fifty Road along the
Promontory Falls photos
by David Wootton. Click to enlarge.
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