Whether you are a home-grown Sudburian or an out-of-towner on a visit, it’s immediately apparent that Greater Sudbury has an incredible amount of natural amenities on offer, and that includes waterfalls.
With any remaining snow melting and trails beginning to clear up, springtime in Sudbury, Ontario is an excellent time of year to check out our semi-local waterfalls. A combination of the melting and a few spring showers adds to the flow of the water and provides an impressive experience.
Almost as equally impressive is the access and availabilty to all these wonderful sounds and views. Woodsy walks or even roadside viewings will allow visitors to take in the beauty of the waterfalls in and around Greater Sudbury, as well as the scenery that surrounds them.
Pretty close in proximity and in perfection, these unique waterfalls are almost right in our backyard and will leave you with no doubt as to why Greater Sudbury is such a hotbed for tourism in the North.
4 Waterfalls In And Around Greater Sudbury That You Can Visit Now That Spring Is Here
High Falls in Onaping Falls – Picturesque scenery and an adventurous walking trail lead to an iron bridge that overlooks some thunderous rapids and falls. This spot is great for pictures and keeping your group active.
Whitefish Falls – Located just past Espanola, Whitefish Falls is a short drive from Greater Sudbury and is an absolute treasure in the surrounding area. An hour drive will bring big rewards when viewing these waterfalls.
Bridal Veil Falls – Frequenty visited and well-known in the North, Bridal Veil Falls is located on Manitoulin Island. Springtime is just one season to enjoy these falls. You can take a quick dip in the summertime and winter brings about some incredible ice forms. Most fun of all, you can actually walk behind the falls or if you prefer, the ‘bride’s veil’
Tilton Lake Falls – Tilton Lake Falls is found just past Long Lake in the South End of Greater Sudbury. Easily accessible by automobile, a short drive down Tilton Lake Road will bring you to a small slice of heaven.