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Feversham Gorge

24m-deep limestone gorge along the Beaver River

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Photographic Potential:  ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆

Natural History Diversity: ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆

Landscape Features: Viewpoints & vistas of forested river gorge with a rocky stream bed, pools & riffles and small, rocky cascades; bedrock outcrops and large boulders; springs with moss-covered rocks

Flora & Fauna: Diverse & mature deciduous forest of maple, beech and ash with mixed forest of maple, hemlock and white pine and dense, mature stands of white cedar; Moist ground cover community of mosses, ferns and wildflowers

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Location: On County Road 2, 500m south of Febversham

Facilities: Parking Lot (no charge), Interpretive Signs, Viewpoint

Access: Narrow, rugged and/or rocky trail

Winter Access: Unknown

Hazards & Precautions: Cliff edges, Steep climb(s), Rocks slippery when wet

Additional Information (links open in a new window):

  •  GoWaterfalling.com

  •  Waterfalls of Ontario

  •  Ontario Trails

  •  Bruce Trail Map 26 (direct download for $3)

Nearby:

  •  Kolapore Wilderness Trails

  •  Eugenia Falls

  •  Hogg's Falls