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Margaret Falls, Canada





Margaret Falls, is a great hike. Even handicap accessible. How do I know that? Well, I was super happy to see a lady in her wheel chair able to see this view. I always worry that everyone is not always able to get to super great views due to the accessible. Sometimes it is all rocky & not passing. There was even a man working on the pathway, due some rotting wood ...so they do keep it walk-able.  



Check out this video. Beth ( :

Comments

eileeninmd said…
Hello Beth, it is a beautiful waterfalls. I am glad that is is handicap accessible. Great photos and video!
Enjoy your Monday and have a happy week ahead!
lynn cockrell said…
I haven't been to Canada, but every time I see photos like those you have posted here and others of the various cities, it makes me want to visit there. Margaret Falls looks to be one of those "off the beat" hidden jewels. Loved your video! I have missed many things on some of my favorite blogs, including your birthday. I have had a lot going on and writing and visiting have been very much put on the back burner, what with family obligations and other things. I hope your special day was beautiful and blessed!
EG CameraGirl said…
Pretty waterfall in a lovely location!
Missy George said…
More beautiful country and falls...looks like one needs to be careful of falling timber..Have a great week...
Mildred said…
Hi Beth, Another pretty hike and I loved the video. Pretty waterfall and I liked the little bridge too. It's nice that those with challenges can enjoy the sights as well. me
barbara l. hale said…
What a beautiful place! I love waterfalls. We saw many on our trip to the Smokies. To me, it's amazing that no two are even slightly the same. I guess water works in mysterious ways. Enjoyed the video.
TexWisGirl said…
so very nice to hear it is well maintained.
Pepper Medley said…
Love this place, Beth. A photographers dream for sure the way those trees lean above the pathway. Very nice!
Linda Kay said…
Beth, it is good to see that in some places nature takes it's course with no human interruption. And of course the falls are awesome.
William Kendall said…
It is a beautiful waterfall. And very good that they can find ways to make some places wheelchair accessible. A couple of trails in Algonquin Park are like that.
Stephanie said…
Gorgeous spot!
There are many places like this I can no longer go, thanks for sharing that it is kept accessible!
Ruth Hiebert said…
This is another falls I have not heard about. If sure is pretty.
Linda said…
Your pictures make me want to go there.
Bev said…
So where in Canada is Margaret Falls?
Gerald (SK14) said…
Great to learn about an accessible waterfall.

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