Webwood Falls, Fairmount Passage, Grey County

The Webwood Falls Nature Reserve is located north of the Town of Kimberley in the municipality of Grey Highlands. A true cascading waterfall, although not a ‘bridal veil’ falls such as you find at Indian Falls or Hogg’s Falls, it’s much more akin to Walter’s Falls in style. The water flow is definitely not heavy, but energetic none-the-less! Below the falls, the property flows off into a striking ravine, well-covered with a lush growth of plants. the historical significance (it’s formerly a mill which served much of the county), and the remnants of the original garden (are all highlights)The falls are located no more than 100 metres off the nearest side-road, making it one of the most easily reached waterfalls in the county. The stream continues through a deep, forested river valley that cuts through the southern portion of the property. A tranquil place to be. Signing off, “Hiking with the Viking”. Map 28, Beaver Valley Bruce Trail Club

Published by Annette Sandberg

I grew up on the Niagara Escarpment in Grey County and this ancient land was, and still is, my backyard playground. I am a Certified Hike Leader with Hike Ontario and I lead hikes for various Ontario Trail Clubs, Sightseeing Tour Agencies and individual groups of family & friends who want to experience nature safely and informatively with an experienced Guide.

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