West of Fifty Upper Cascade
West of Fifty Upper Cascade. Photo by David Piano.
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West of Fifty Upper Cascade in winter. Photo by Joe Hollick. Click to
West of Fifty Upper Cascade is located
on a tributary of Fifty Creek. It is considered a Terraced
Ribbon Cascade and measures 8 metres (26 feet) in height
and 1.5 metres (5 feet) in width. It experiences its strongest
flow during seasonal storms and the winter snow melt.
West of Fifty Upper Cascade was "discovered" by
David Wootton in 2007.
This waterfall is located above (south) of the Bruce Trail,
about a 5 to 10 minute walk west of Fifty Road along the
Trail. It is almost beside the hairpin turn
of Fifty Road as seen on the map and as seen in the photos
by the guard rail.
Map featuring West of Fifty Upper Cascade. Click to enlarge
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