Sauble Falls Provincial Park
The trail takes you through dunes and mixed forest and brings you to a splendid lookout over the Sauble River.
You'll find elements of the area logging past and the plantations that came later to stabilize the dunes.
The trail can be accessed from the far end of the East Campground. Every spring and fall, rainbow trout and chinook salmon struggle over each ledge of this cascading waterfall to spawn upstream.
Flanked by immature forest, the falls used to power a timber mill and generating station. Now they are the terminus of the Rankin River canoe route, ideal for novice canoeists.
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