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This is a short little trail leading up the side of some beautiful waterfalls on the outskirts of Algonquin Park. We have stopped here many times. This park does require a permit for day use so make sure you leave it on your dash if...More
We planned to take a side trip to these falls hearing how nice they were from others. They were right. First of all, we missed the Provincial sign as we searched for the place and found so many other roads and places with the same...More
Made a quick stop off here with my wife and 8 year old daughter on our way from Huntsville to Algonquin. A straight forward short walk to the head of the falls. From there you can scramble around to your heart's content on the rocks...More
One of Canada's greatest explorers and cartographers (David Thompson) passed here during one of the latter mapping expeditions of his life. I've been coming here since 1967 when you had to paddle in up the Oxtongue River or bushwack in on a rough track. I...More
We've been going to Ragged Falls for the past three summers and the view of the falls is spectacular. There are some challenging little climbs that our two young sons, ages 9 and 6 enjoy hiking. Lots of places to look at the water. Can...More
It's a short hike to a beautiful waterfalls, not much else to see but every bit worth the hike. Based on past experience don't go during or after a heavy rainfall as it can get muddy. Many upgrades in the path to help during wet...More
Short hike from the parking lot to the falls. I would highly recommend going in the spring, when the water levels are high! I enjoyed getting as close to the falls as I wanted to and not having to stand behind a fence. I liked...More