Top Waterfalls to see in Niagara During The Colourful Fall Season

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If you enjoy hiking, you’ve come to the right place! Check our list of top waterfalls to see in Niagara for the fall adventurer and the outdoor lover!

Niagara is known for our breathtaking Fall foliage. Here are some amazing places to view all the amazing orange, yellow, red, and brown Fall colours in Niagara. Every year it comes alive with such amazing beauty!

#1.  Niagara Falls, Niagara Falls, Ontario

See this wonder no matter where you are with the Niagara Falls Live Cam. You can view the falls year round from observation points on both the American and Canadian sides of the Niagara River. Be sure to visit to Niagara Falls on an illuminated night in order to reveal a dazzling display. The height of Falls is approximately 170 feet, with 150,000 gallons of water crashing down every second!

#2.  Beamer Falls, Grimsby, Ontario 

Description: This an 8 meter-wide ribbon cascading falls, where Forty Mile Creek flows 12 meters down into the gorge below. A smaller lower falls is located downstream.

#3.  Ball’s Falls, Jordan, Ontario 

Description: Water from the Twenty Mile Creek drops 27 meters from the crest of the main Lower Falls into the gorge below. The Upper Falls has a drop of 11 meters.

#4.  Rockway Falls, Rockway, Ontario

Description: It is 18.3 meters high, with a plunge basin over 3 meters deep at the bottom of the falls.

#5.  Swayze Falls, Pelham, Ontario 

Description: At fifty feet high, the waterfall is dry for most of the year. However, in early spring or after heavy rains, visitors can witness the waterfall in all its glory.

#6.  Terrace Creek Falls, Pelham, Ontario

Description: This is a wide plunge waterfall. It isn’t as tall or as easy to find as Swayze Falls on the west side of the park, but picturesque anyhow and worth viewing.

#7.  Thirty Mile Creek Falls, Beamsville, Ontario 

Description: This is a small cascading series of waterfalls as Thirty Mile Creek flows over the rocky edge of the escarpment.

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