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Borer's Falls

Borer's Falls

 

summer

winterBorer's Falls is a 15 metre high curtain style waterfall whose source is nearby Borer's Creek. It is located at the Borer's Falls Conservation Area in Dundas, and has a year-round flow.

To reach Borer's Falls by car, take the QEW west to Highway 403, which you will follow to Highway 6 and go north. Go left on Highway 5 (Dundas Street), and left on Rock Chapel Road.

To reach Borer's Falls via a walking trail, take the Dundas section of the Bruce Trail.

Most people view Borer's Falls from the top at a lookout on the east side of the ravine. However, during the summer season, the bushes and leaves surrounding this lookout sometimes make it difficult to see the entire waterfall.