This is a seasonal trail and conditions can change due to rain events causing slippery conditions (clay) or trail closures due to flooding, please check the GSCA website before planning a trip to ensure trail is open.

The main natural feature of this site is the horseshoe shaped waterfall, named after the Newash Indian tribe who lived in this area at one time. The 15 metre high waterfall was formed by the erosion of soft Queenston shale beneath hard Manitoulin dolomite, in a manner similar to Niagara Falls. see also  Parking fees apply. Access to the base of the falls is STRICTLY prohibited. *Closed during the winter months for your safety. Closes periodically in spring/summer due to flooding on the trails*

Length:  7.4 km
Difficulty:  Difficult ( Trail classifications )
Trail surface:  Compacted soil/hard packed and Gravel
Trail use:  Hiking
Accessibility Notes:  Surface is compated soil, stones, steep paths. Not wheelchair accessible

INGLIS FALLS TRAILS • Ontario Nature Trails

Picnic Area


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