Upper Rosseau Falls in Autumn
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Upper Rosseau Falls in Autumn

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Upper Rosseau Falls is on Highway 141 just east of Rosseau in Muskoka.  A dangerous waterfall during the spring thaw, but by autumn a gentle flow with and easy climb down the scattered rocks.  A small park area is located on the north side which also has rapids just above the falls.  The falls are viewable from the road and parking there is risky and the highway can get busy during the cottage season.

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