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Mystery Falls

Wednesday, October 20, 2021, 9:30 AM until 12:00 PM
Mystery Falls
101 Elm Tree Drive
Parkhill, ON  

Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Terry Syer
Registration is required before Tuesday, October 19, 2021 at 11:59 PM
Payment In Full In Advance Only
IMPORTANT: This event is open to fully vaccinated members only.

Also, all participants MUST pre-register for event, by midnight the night before; also drop-ins/guests are not allowed at this time (due to Covid-19) and will be turned away by the leader.

Be aware of the Public Health guidance relative to your own vaccination status and make your personal choices accordingly.

Be respectful of other member’s Covid-19 management decisions and protective steps. If they are trying to maintain 2m distance, please help them achieve that.

Don’t participate if you have ANY symptoms of Covid-19 or have been in recent contact with someone who has Covid-19.
Available Slots:
No Fee
Event Description This event is open to fully vaccinated members only.

Mystery Falls 

A lovely waterfall awaits hikers at Mystery Falls.

possible Rock Glen if under 6k

Event Start Time If you want to meet at the Parking lot west of the library in Forest by 8:40am
Terry will lead your vehicles to
101 Elm Tree Drive, Parkhill for a
9:30 hike.

(Pls arrive 15 mins before hike for instructions and introductions.)
Level Moderate - Difficult - some rough terrain, uneven ground, roots, etc

Distance 6 km at Mystery Falls

Pace 3 km/hr
Duration 2-1/2 hours 

Required Items to Bring Hiking boots and poles

Please wear bright colors this is a hunting area
Recommended to Bring Water, snack, 
Current Conditions Participants Should Be Prepared For:
possibly slippery depending on rainfall
rough terrain, uneven ground
Ticks possible

Black bears have been sighted in Lambton County this summer.

IMPORTANT If you register and are then unable to attend, please cancel your registration on the website, even if at the last minute.