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High Falls Trail


Hike along an old logging road to the vista on the Canadian side of the boundary waters to overlook the spectacular 28 metre (92 feet) High Falls.

View a re-creation of the historic logging chute. Return along the Pigeon River to view its' steep walled gorge and visit the old chimney site.

Pigeon River Provincial Park is a day use only park.

You can also access High Falls via crown land (you don't have to pay entrance fees to petroglyphs or pay for parking). From Highway 28, turn right (east) on Northys Bay Road (just after the town of Woodview, before Haultain). Follow Northys Bay road until you cross the bridge over Eels creek (fairly large concrete bridge) immediatly following this bridge on the left (north) hand side there is a large parking lot in the pines. There is MNR signage, garbage disposal etc. There is a trail here that goes up to High Falls. Crosses some downed logs, but very nice hike (and free)



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