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Mystery Falls

Saturday, May 13, 2023, 9:30 AM
Mystery Falls
101 Elm Tree Dr
Parkhill, ON  

Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Terry Syer
Registration is required before Friday, May 12, 2023 at 11:59 PM
Payment In Full In Advance Only
IMPORTANT: All who wish to participate in this event must pre-register by midnight the night before the event. If you find you are unable to attend, kindly cancel your registration.

If you are a non-member wishing to participate, you must first join the Lambton Outdoor Club, which includes completing the member waiver. A one month free trial membership is available for first time participants. Having enjoyed an outing or two, we hope you’ll join our wonderful club following your free trial membership. The annual membership fee is $25.

While participating, be respectful of other members' health management decisions and protective steps, and please stay home if you are feeling unwell.
No Fee
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Event Description

Mystery Falls
The Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority’s Mystery Falls is a little-known gem not far from Rock Glen.

Note:  This is a hunting permitted area - it is always open season on coyotes in southern Ontario.  There could be hunters.

Meeting Time
Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure time for check-in and other information.

Ausable River Valley and Mystery Falls Trails
101 Elm Tree Drive
Parkhill, ON  

Level Moderate to Difficult, Challenging - adventurous

Distance  8  km to ? - note: we will be hiking north before going back to the falls.

Pace 3.5 km/hr
Duration 3 hours - 4 1/2 hours
Money is Required For:          n/a
Required Items to Bring Bright colored clothing - this is a hunting permitted area
- orange is the preferred color

hiking boots with good treads

Snack, water
Recommended to Bring hiking poles
waterproof boots
grippers for your boots if icy

Current Conditions 

Participants Should Be Prepared For:
hunters are allowed in the area
If it rains a day or two before the hike the ground could be slippery. It is rugged, has rolling terrain
it could be muddy, could be wet, could be icy
there are several fallen trees to step over/around or go under.
a couple small creeks to get over as well


possible wildflowers in bloom