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Little High Falls & Pott Falls


This waterfall is proof that small can be absolutely beautiful! Located only a few minutes' walk from High Falls, this waterfall yields beautiful photographs. Since this photograph was taken, a little wooden footbridge was built upstream of the falls. This doesn't ruin the picture but does take away from some of the serenity of the scene by giving tourists easy access to the waterfall. The sites is well shaded, allowing beautiful mosses, ferns and sedges to surround the falls.

Pott Falls is located just a few hundred meters downstream from this waterfall. Directions: Follow the directions to High Falls. Walk along the trail leading downstream from the main falls. Afer a few hundred meters, you will eventually cross a little creek emptying into the Muskoka River. Walk upstream to find this falls. NOTE: New trails may have been constructed since my last visit, leading to the footbridge mentioned in the text. Take Hwy 11 north to Cedar Lane (Muskoka # 117). Turn left, drive over the highway and turn into the parking area for High Falls. These falls are located on a small tributary entering the Muskoka River a few hundred meters south of the main falls.

Information provided by the waterfalls of Ontario website.



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