Goldstream Falls

Goldstream Falls (also called the Upper Goldstream Falls) was a small waterfall that seemed more suitable for playing (as evidenced by some sand toys left creekside during my visit) as well as…

Sandcut Beach Waterfall

The Sandcut Beach Waterfall was a modestly-sized 10-15ft tall set of waterfalls spilling right onto a pebbly beach before the Sandcut Creek ultimately rejoined the Strait of Juan de Fuca…

“Goldstream Niagara Falls” (Niagara Falls)

“Goldstream Niagara Falls” seemed to us to be a rather obscure waterfall, which was surprising because it was barely a quarter-mile from a busy highway and it was within the Goldstream Provincial…

Brandywine Falls

Brandywine Falls was one of the major waterfalls that we encountered while driving the popular Sea to Sky Highway between Vancouver and Whistler, and it was well worth the stop. This very popular…

Alexander Falls

Alexander Falls surprised us with its size and volume as it was a waterfall that we hadn’t planned on visiting until I accidentally came across it while researching other waterfalls along the Sea…

Shannon Falls

Shannon Falls was one of the tallest waterfalls in British Columbia at 335m tall (said to be the third tallest in the province behind Della Falls and Hunlen Falls) and certainly one of the…

Middle Falls of the Pigeon River

Middle Falls of the Pigeon River was further upstream of the more famous High Falls of the Pigeon River. And since this river defined the international boundary between USA and Canada within the…

High Falls of the Pigeon River

High Falls of the Pigeon River was one of the lesser known trans-national waterfalls in the world, which was amazing since we’re talking about a waterfall shared between the USA and Canada! Yet…

Kakabeka Falls

Kakabeka Falls was the main reason why we bothered to make the long out-and-back detour from Duluth to Thunder Bay along the North Shore of Lake Superior. Thinking that it was too far out of the…

Felker’s Falls

Felkers Falls (or Felker’s Falls) was seemingly one of the more obscure waterfalls in the Hamilton area even though it was situated in a neighborhood of suburban developments. It was literally…

Tews Falls

Tews Falls was a very attractive plunge waterfall dropping about 41m (said to be the tallest in Southern Ontario besides Niagara Falls). Although we’ve seen in the literature that this waterfall…

Webster’s Falls

Websters Falls (or Webster’s Falls) could very well be the city of Hamilton’s most famous and most visited waterfall. And as you can see from the photo at the top of this page, it was totally…

Borer’s Falls

Borer’s Falls was the last waterfall that we visited before spending our final days in Canada in Toronto during our October 2013 visit to the waterfall-laced Hamilton region. My experience with…

DeCew Falls

DeCew Falls was a waterfall where we had quite a bit of trouble finding a way to get a good look at it. The photo you see at the top of this page came from inside the Morningstar Mill, which…

Balls Falls

Our Balls Falls waterfalling experience could very well have been one of the most unusual and circumstantial experiences that we could remember. After having read the literature in preparation…

Albion Falls

Albion Falls was probably one of the prettiest (if not THE prettiest) waterfalls we encountered while waterfalling in and around the City of Hamilton. Ever since someone contributed a photo of…

Devil’s Punchbowl Falls

Devils Punchbowl Falls (or simply Devil’s Punchbowl) was probably the lone disappointing experience we had of the six waterfalls we visited in the Hamilton area during our October 2013 trip…

Hog’s Back Falls (Prince of Wales Falls)

Hogs Back Falls (or Hog’s Back Falls; also called Prince of Wales Falls) was one of two waterfalls we visited within the municipality of Ottawa. This waterfall was pretty much an urban waterfall…

Rideau Falls

Rideau Falls was the other waterfall we visited while touring the capital city of Ottawa. What made this waterfall (actually a pair of waterfalls) stand out in our minds was the view of downtown…

Chutes de Plaisance (Chutes de Moulin)

The Chutes de Plaisance (also known as Sault-de-la-Chaudiere; not to be confused with Les Chutes de la Chaudiere near Quebec City) was a wide and powerful series of cascades tumbling within a…