Yesterday we were able to get away for one of our favorite summer activities. “Waterfalling” is the term we coined for it. It really is quite simple, especially for those that live in the Golden Horseshoe. This is a region of southern Ontario, Canada that wraps around the western end of Lake Ontario. The area is full of naturally occurring waterfalls thanks in most part to the geography of the Niagara Escarpment.
Here are some pictures I took with my iPhone of Tiffany Falls and Sherman Falls; and, the trails leading to them. All of the pictures are in order with the first nine from Tiffany Falls ending with the old stone fireplace. The balance are from the short hike into Sherman Falls.
I hope you enjoy these pictures as much as we enjoyed the waterfalls in person.