Inglis Falls, Owen Sound, Onatrio
On land owned by a conservation authority, this fan-shaped falls is about 18 metres (59 feet) high, a little taller than a five-storey building.
Person on rock below the fall
To show you just how high the falls is, a young man is standing on a boulder below the falls. (I think no one is supposed to be climbing on the rocks, but since he was down there I took his photo.)
Same person on rock below the falls
This area was originally owned by Peter Inglis who built a saw mill and grist mill above the falls. Both buildings are long gone.
Inglis Falls is located northwest of Toronto and is just south of the peninsula that separates Georgian Bay from the rest of Lake Huron.
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