List of waterfalls of Canada

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This is a list of waterfalls in Canada. Alfred Creek Falls in British Columbia is recorded as one of the tallest in Canada at a height of 700 metres (2,297 ft) and a class-3 horsetail waterfall.[1] Deserted River Falls also in British Columbia is thought to be the largest of North America at 670 metres (2,200 ft). Della Falls in British Columbia supplied by Drinkwater Creek is considered to be the 16th-tallest waterfall in the world at 440 metres (1,440 ft) and is the tallest measured waterfall in Canada.[2] Takakkaw Falls used to have the distinction of being the tallest Canadian waterfall at 373 metres (1,224 ft) and is considered to be the 23rd world tallest.[3] Hunlen Falls, 365 metres (1,198 ft) is listed as the world's 25th tallest waterfall at Highest waterfalls of the world, waterfalls with the height above 300 m. According to Waterfalls of the world, Della Falls is the 19th tallest waterfall in the world.[3] James Bruce Falls, 840 metres (2,760 ft), is the 8th tallest waterfall of the world and Alfred Creek Falls, 700 metres (2,300 ft) is the 29th tallest in the world according to the World Waterfall Database: World's Tallest Waterfalls[4] Niagara Falls in Ontario, a segmented block waterfall, is the 10th largest waterfall in the world. Virginia Falls, Northwest Territories, supplied by the South Nahanni River, is the 14th world's largest waterfall and the Grand Falls on the Hamilton River is listed as the 15th largest on the World Waterfall Database: World's Largest Waterfalls. Also in Newfoundland is Pissing Mare Falls in Gros Morne National Park], at 350 metres (1,150 ft), it is the largest waterfall on the island of Newfoundland and one of the largest in North America.[5] According to the website, Top 10 Awe Inspiring Waterfalls, Niagara Falls is ranked 2nd.[6]

Waterfall ice climbing is a sport undertaken by climbing enthusiasts aware of avalanche risks.[7] Some waterfalls are conducive to swimming, or kayaking sports.[5] To several waterfalls which are not near a highway, hiking trails lead into the site of the waterfall. Some waterfalls have bridges and cable cars to provide additional scenic views of the waterfall such as at Montmorency Falls.[8] Photography of waterfalls records the panorama of scenic cascading waterfalls.

There are three waterfalls in Canada which appear to reverse. They are Wager Bay, Nunavut; Barrier Inlet, Nunavut; and Reversing Falls at the mouth of the Saint John River, New Brunswick. During low tide the watersource falls over a rocky ledge as a waterfall. During high tide, the seawater raises above the height of the rocky ledge, and the seawater rushes into the river valley against the low tide river flow.[9]

Waterfalls of Canada[edit]

Alberta[edit]

Alberta
Image Waterfall Watercourse Drop Width Class Type Reference Coordinates
Athabasca Falls-27527.jpg Athabasca Falls Athabasca River 24 m (79 ft) 18 m (59 ft) 5 Cascade [10] 52°39′51″N 117°53′01″W / 52.66417°N 117.88361°W / 52.66417; -117.88361 (Athabasca Falls)
Bow River-27527-3.jpg Bow Falls Bow River 30 m (98 ft) 5 Block [11]
Bow Lake-Bow Glacier.jpg Bow Glacier Falls Bow River 120 m (390 ft) 57 m (187 ft) Tiered [12]
Bridal Veil watefall.JPG Bridal Veil Falls (Banff) An unnamed stream 370 m (1,210 ft) 6.1 m (20 ft) 4 Horsetail/Plunge [13][14]
Crescent Falls 2007-06.jpg Crescent Falls Bighorn River 18 m (59 ft) 5 Tiered [15] 52°23′13″N 116°21′15″W / 52.38693°N 116.35427°W / 52.38693; -116.35427 (Crescent Falls)
Elbow Falls.JPG Elbow Falls Elbow River 6 m (20 ft) Cascade [16] 50°51′31″N 114°47′32″W / 50.85861°N 114.79222°W / 50.85861; -114.79222 (Elbow Falls)
Panther Falls.jpg Panther Falls Nigel Creek 61 m (200 ft) 7.6 m (25 ft) 3 Plunge [17] 52°10′50″N 117°03′26″W / 52.18056°N 117.05722°W / 52.18056; -117.05722 (Panther Falls)
SiffleurFalls.JPG Siffleur Falls Siffleur River [18]
Pdphoto canada 1 bg 062104.jpg Sunwapta Falls Sunwapta River 18 m (59 ft) 9.1 m (30 ft) 6 [19]
Chaudière Falls Stream between Caldron & Peyto Lakes 122 m (400 ft) 24 m (79 ft) Segmented [20]
Cryptfalls.jpg Crypt Falls Hellroaring Creek Horsetail [21]
Fossil Falls Foch Creek 150 m (490 ft) Tiered [22]
Kerkeslin Falls An unnamed stream 310 m (1,020 ft) 9 m (30 ft) 4 Tiered [23]
Kitchener Creek Falls Kitchener Creek 122 m (400 ft) Cascades [24]
Lineham Falls Lineham Creek 125 m (410 ft) Horsetail [25]
Michelle Falls Waterfalls Creek 305 m (1,001 ft) 23 m (75 ft) 3 Horsetail [26]
Murchison Falls An unnamed stream 180 m (590 ft) 23 m (75 ft) Tiered [27]
Sideways Falls (Big Bend Falls) An unnamed stream 183 metres (600 ft) 12 m (39 ft) 5 Tiered [28]
Upper Geraldine Falls Geraldine Creek 152 m (499 ft) Horsetail [29]
Maligne Canyon Falls Maligne Canyon [30]
O'Shaughnessy Falls [30]
Snake Indian Falls Snake Indian River [30]
Tangle Falls [30]

British Columbia[edit]

British Columbia
Image Waterfall Watercourse Drop Width Class Type Reference Coordinates
AndrewEnns in P7090037.JPG Alexander Falls Madeley Creek 141 m (463 ft) 40 m (130 ft) 4 Tiered [31] 52°08′00″N 123°08′00″W / 52.13333°N 123.13333°W / 52.13333; -123.13333
Alfred Creek Falls Alfred Creek 700 m (2,300 ft) 3 Cascade [32]
Angel's Staircase Falls An unnamed stream 1,000 m (3,300 ft) 20 m (66 ft) 3 Cascade [33] 51°31′00″N 116°30′00″W / 51.51667°N 116.50000°W / 51.51667; -116.50000
Arctomys Falls Arctomys Creek [34] 53°03′57″N 118°53′50″W / 53.06583°N 118.89722°W / 53.06583; -118.89722
Andrew Enns in P7100054.JPG Ashlu Falls Ashlu Creek 10 m (33 ft) 33 m (108 ft) 3 Tiered [35] 49°56′01″N 123°21′31″W / 49.93361°N 123.35861°W / 49.93361; -123.35861
Basalt Falls Dean River 3.7 m (12 ft) [36] 52°48′00″N 125°33′00″W / 52.80000°N 125.55000°W / 52.80000; -125.55000 (Basalt Falls)
Blaeberry Falls
(Thompson Falls)
Lower Blaeberry River [37] 51°31′00″N 116°57′00″W / 51.51667°N 116.95000°W / 51.51667; -116.95000 (Blaeberry Falls)
BrandywineFalls 1200W.jpg Brandywine Falls Brandywine Creek 70 m (230 ft) plunge [38] 50°02′07″N 123°07′07″W / 50.03528°N 123.11861°W / 50.03528; -123.11861 (Brandywine Falls)
Bridal Falls.jpg Bridal Veil Falls Bridal Creek 122 m (400 ft) 23 m (75 ft) [39][40] 49°11′N 121°44′W / 49.183°N 121.733°W / 49.183; -121.733 (Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park)
Canim falls.jpg Canim Falls Canim River 18 m (59 ft) [41] 51°52′00″N 120°35′35″W / 51.86667°N 120.59306°W / 51.86667; -120.59306 (Canim Falls)
Chatterbox Falls.jpg Chatterbox Falls Loquilts Creek 37 m (121 ft) Fan [42] 50°12′20.00″N 123°46′14.00″W / 50.2055556°N 123.7705556°W / 50.2055556; -123.7705556 (Chatterbox Falls)
Cliff Lake Falls Van Creek 215 m (705 ft) 23 m (75 ft) Horsetail [43]
Crooked Falls Sigurd Creek 198 m (650 ft) 15 m (49 ft) Tiered [44]
Dawson Falls.jpg Dawson Falls Murtle River 15.2 m (50 ft) 91.4 m (300 ft) [45] 51°58′00″N 120°07′00″W / 51.96667°N 120.11667°W / 51.96667; -120.11667 (Dawson Falls)
Della Falls.jpg Della Falls Drinkwater Creek 440 m (1,440 ft) 37 m (121 ft) Segmented, Tiered [46][47] 49°27′16″N 125°32′03″W / 49.45444°N 125.53417°W / 49.45444; -125.53417 (Della Falls)
Deserted River Falls Deserted River 670 m (2,200 ft) [48]
Fairy Creek Falls Fairy Creek 305 m (1,001 ft) 3 Tiered [49]
Flood Falls Fairy Creek 380 m (1,250 ft) 8 m (26 ft) Tiered [50]
Englishmen-river-falls2.jpg Englishman River Falls Englishman River [51] 49°14′51″N 124°21′7″W / 49.24750°N 124.35194°W / 49.24750; -124.35194 (Englishman River Falls)
Francis Falls Fairy Creek 650 m (2,130 ft) { Horsetail [52]
Gold Creek Falls Gold Creek 610 m (2,000 ft) Horsetail [53]
Helmet Falls Helmet Creek 352 m (1,155 ft) 30 m (98 ft) 4 Tiered [54]
Harmony Falls
Freil Lake Falls
Friel Falls
Friel Creek 444 m (1,457 ft) 38 m (125 ft) 4 Tiered [55]
High Falls High Falls Creek 91 m (299 ft) [56]
High Falls High Falls Creek 91 m (299 ft) 26 m (85 ft) [57]
Hunlen Falls Tweedsmuir.jpg Hunlen Falls Hunlen Creek 374 m (1,227 ft) 26 m (85 ft) 4 Plunge [58]
Icecap Falls 457 m (1,499 ft) 4 Segmented [59]
Helmcken Falls 2006 Ben W Bell.jpg Helmcken Falls Murtle River 141 m (463 ft) 23 m (75 ft) 7 Plunge [60] 52°23′13″N 116°21′15″W / 52.38693°N 116.35427°W / 52.38693; -116.35427 (Helmcken Falls)
Keyhole Falls.jpg Keyhole Falls Lillooet River 23 m (75 ft) Punchbowl [61] 52°23′13″N 116°21′15″W / 52.38693°N 116.35427°W / 52.38693; -116.35427 (Keyhole Falls)
Kingcome Valley Falls 520 m (1,710 ft) 9 m (30 ft) 3 Horsetail [62]
Nairnfalls.jpg Nairn Falls Green River 40 m (130 ft) 9.1 m (30 ft) Tiered [63]
Nymph Falls.jpg Nymph Falls Puntledge River 15 m (49 ft) 46 m (151 ft) 6 Cascade [64] 49°40′14″N 125°4′38″W / 49.67056°N 125.07722°W / 49.67056; -125.07722 (Nymph Falls)
Overlander Falls.JPG Overlander Falls Fraser River 9.1 m (30 ft) 30 m (98 ft) 4 Block [65][66] 53°02′00″N 119°12′00″W / 53.03333°N 119.20000°W / 53.03333; -119.20000 (Overlander Falls)
Little Qualicum Falls2.jpg Upper Little Qualicum Falls Little Qualicum River [67] 49°19′00″N 124°33′00″W / 49.316667°N 124.55°W / 49.316667; -124.55 (Keyhole Falls)
Rearguard Falls.jpg Rearguard Falls Fraser River 6 m (20 ft) [68] 52°58′25″N 119°21′45″W / 52.97361°N 119.36250°W / 52.97361; -119.36250 (Rearguard Falls)
Shannon falls pano.jpg Shannon Falls Shannon Creek 337 m (1,106 ft) 3 Horsetail [69] 49°40′10″N 123°09′21″W / 49.66944°N 123.15583°W / 49.66944; -123.15583 (Shannon Falls)
Spahats Falls.jpg Spahats Creek Falls Spahats Creek 73 m (240 ft) 7.5 m (25 ft) Plunge [70][71] 51°44′00″N 120°01′00″W / 51.733333°N 120.016667°W / 51.733333; -120.016667 (Spahats Falls)
TakakkawFalls2 edit.jpg Takakkaw Falls 384 m (1,260 ft) 30 m (98 ft) 5 Horsetail [72] 51°29′59″N 116°28′22″W / 51.49972°N 116.47278°W / 51.49972; -116.47278 (Takakkaw Falls)
Wapta Falls.JPG Wapta Falls Kicking Horse River 30 m (98 ft) 91 m (299 ft) 6 Block [73] 51°11′13″N 116°34′34″W / 51.187°N 116.576°W / 51.187; -116.576 (Wapta Falls)
Hunlen Falls Atnarko River 70 m (230 ft) [74]
Twin Falls 80 m (260 ft) [74]
James Bruce Falls.JPG James Bruce Falls Loquilts Creek 840 m (2,760 ft) 3 Horsetail [75]
Alfred Creek Falls Alfred Creek 700 m (2,300 ft) 30 m (98 ft) 3 Horsetail [76]
Bergeron Falls 99 m (325 ft) 9 m (30 ft) Horsetail [77]
Cascade Falls Cascade Creek 300 m (980 ft) 3 m (9.8 ft) 3 Horsetail [77]
Cummins Falls Cummins River 63 m (207 ft) 15 m (49 ft) Tiered [78]
Kiwi Falls Nisnak Creek 480 m (1,570 ft) [79]
Michael Falls 380 m (1,250 ft) 12 m (39 ft) 5

Tiered ||[80] ||

Middle Cummins Falls Cummins River 220 m (720 ft) 12 m (39 ft) Horsetail [81]
Moresby Falls 420 m (1,380 ft) 12 m (39 ft) Tiered [82]
Odegaard Falls Nusatsum River 280 m (920 ft) 12 m (39 ft) 6 Horsetail [83]
Petain Creek Falls
Petain Falls
Petain Creek 375 m (1,230 ft) tiered [84]
Peach Creek Falls Peach Creek 183 m (600 ft) tiered [85]
Place Creek Falls Place Creek 419 m (1,375 ft) 14 m (46 ft) 4 tiered [86]
Pyramid Falls, British Columbia.jpg Pyramid Falls Pyramid Creek 91 m (299 ft) tiered [87]
Silvertip Falls Coursier Creek 198 m (650 ft) Tiered [88]
Snowshoe Creek Falls Snowshoe Creek 240 m (790 ft) Horsetail [89]
Swiftcurrent Falls Swiftcurrent Creek 520 m (1,710 ft) [89]
Thunder Falls
Rockingham Falls
Rainbow Falls
183 m (600 ft) Cascade [90]
Twin Falls 183 m (600 ft) Segmented [91]
Wapta Falls Kicking Horse River 30 m (98 ft) 152 m (499 ft) 7 Block [92]
Wapta Falls.JPG Wapta Falls Kicking Horse River 30 m (98 ft) 91 m (299 ft) 6 Block [73] 51°11′13″N 116°34′34″W / 51.187°N 116.576°W / 51.187; -116.576 (Wapta Falls)
Wedgemount Creek Falls Wedgemount Creek 300 m (980 ft) 5 [93] Lunbreck falls
Whispering Falls Landsborough Creek 152 m (499 ft) 15 m (49 ft) Tiered [94]

New Brunswick[edit]

Newfoundland & Labrador[edit]

Newfoundland & Labrador
Image Waterfall Watercourse Drop Width Class Type Reference Coordinates
Churchillfalls08.JPG Churchill Falls Churchill River 75 m (246 ft) segmented Block [96][97] 53°36′00″N 64°18′57″W / 53.60000°N 64.31583°W / 53.60000; -64.31583 (Churchill Falls)
Muskrat Falls Churchill River 15 m (49 ft) 53°14′44″N 60°46′17″W / 53.24556°N 60.77139°W / 53.24556; -60.77139 (Muskrat Falls)
Gros Morne NP westernbrookpond1.jpg Pissing Mare Falls Burnt Woods Brook 350 m (1,150 ft) Plunge, Cascade [98][99][100]
Twin Falls Unknown River 53 m (174 ft) [101]
Grand Falls Exploits River 43 m (141 ft) [74]
Grand Falls Hamilton River 92 m (302 ft) 46 m (151 ft) 1 Slide, Plunge [102]
Thomas Falls Unknown River 31 m (102 ft) [74]
Scott Falls Unknown River 27 m (89 ft) [74]
Aviron Bay Falls 213 m (699 ft) 12 m (39 ft) 3 Tiered [103]
Rattling Brook Falls.jpg Rattling Brook Falls Rattling Brook 140 m (460 ft) 4 tiered [104]
Sandy Pond Falls 220 m (720 ft) 4 Plunge, Cascades [105]
Grand Falls Exploits River 43 m (141 ft) [74]
Grand Falls Hamilton River 92 m (302 ft) 46 m (151 ft) 1 Slide, Plunge [102]
Thomas Falls Unknown River 31 m (102 ft) [74]
Scott Falls Unknown River 27 m (89 ft) [74]

Manitoba[edit]

Manitoba
Image Waterfall Watercourse Drop Width Class Type Reference Coordinates
Pisew Falls June.jpg Pisew Falls [106] 56°11′49″N 98°23′48″W / 56.19694°N 98.39667°W / 56.19694; -98.39667 (Pisew Falls)

Northwest Territories[edit]

Northwest Territories
Image Waterfall Watercourse Drop Width Class Type Reference Coordinates
Alexandra Falls in April muddy waters.jpg Alexandra Falls Hay River 33 m (108 ft) [107][108] 60°29′59″N 116°16′52″W / 60.49972°N 116.28111°W / 60.49972; -116.28111 (Alexandra Falls)
Virginia Falls, Northwest Territories.jpg Virginia Falls South Nahanni River 96 m (315 ft) 259 m (850 ft) Segmented [109] 50°02′07″N 123°07′07″W / 50.03528°N 123.11861°W / 50.03528; -123.11861 (Virginia Falls)
Parry Falls Lockhart River 40 m (130 ft) [74]
Marengo Falls Marengo Creek 30 m (98 ft) [74]
Tyrrell Falls Lockhart River 26 m (85 ft) [74]

Nova Scotia[edit]

Nova Scotia
Image Waterfall Watercourse Drop Width Class Type Reference Coordinates
Black Brook Waterfall Cabot Trail.JPG Black Brook Waterfall [110][111] 45°25′00″N 62°10′57″W / 45.41667°N 62.18250°W / 45.41667; -62.18250 (Black Brook Waterfall)
Apron Falls [112] 44°37′01″N 64°45′58″W / 44.617°N 64.766°W / 44.617; -64.766 (Apron Falls)
Archies Falls [112] 44°24′00″N 64°52′55″W / 44.400°N 64.882°W / 44.400; -64.882 (Archies Falls)
Bad Falls [112] 43°52′59″N 65°45′58″W / 43.883°N 65.766°W / 43.883; -65.766 (Bad Falls)
Bad Falls [112] 44°01′01″N 65°48′58″W / 44.017°N 65.816°W / 44.017; -65.816 (Bad Falls)
Bad Luck Falls [112] 44°40′01″N 63°40′59″W / 44.667°N 63.683°W / 44.667; -63.683 (Bad Luck Falls)
Baker Falls [112] 44°54′00″N 64°18′58″W / 44.900°N 64.316°W / 44.900; -64.316 (Baker Falls)
Bangs Falls [112] 44°13′59″N 64°49′59″W / 44.233°N 64.833°W / 44.233; -64.833 (Bangs Falls)
Barrio Falls [112] 44°12′00″N 65°48′58″W / 44.200°N 65.816°W / 44.200; -65.816 (Barrio Falls)
Basin Falls [112] 43°52′01″N 65°23′56″W / 43.867°N 65.399°W / 43.867; -65.399 (Basin Falls)
Baxters Harbour [112] 43°52′01″N 65°23′56″W / 43.867°N 65.399°W / 43.867; -65.399 (Baxters Harbour Falls)
Bear Falls [112] 44°13′59″N 64°48′58″W / 44.233°N 64.816°W / 44.233; -64.816 (Bear Falls)
Bear Trap Falls [112] 44°42′00″N 63°46′55″W / 44.700°N 63.782°W / 44.700; -63.782 (Bear Trap Falls)
Beulach Ban Falls [112] 46°49′01″N 60°36′58″W / 46.817°N 60.616°W / 46.817; -60.616 (Beulach Ban Falls)
Big Cascade [112] 44°51′00″N 63°43′59″W / 44.850°N 63.733°W / 44.850; -63.733 (Big Cascade)
Big Falls [112] 43°37′59″N 65°34′55″W / 43.633°N 65.582°W / 43.633; -65.582 (Big Falls)
Big Falls [112] 43°58′01″N 65°34′55″W / 43.967°N 65.582°W / 43.967; -65.582 (Big Falls)
Big Falls [112] 43°54′00″N 65°14′56″W / 43.900°N 65.249°W / 43.900; -65.249 (Big Falls)
Big Falls [112] 44°07′59″N 60°38′56″W / 44.133°N 60.649°W / 44.133; -60.649 (Big Falls)
Big Falls [112] 44°07′59″N 64°55′55″W / 44.133°N 64.932°W / 44.133; -64.932 (Big Falls)
Big Falls [112] 45°09′00″N 61°58′59″W / 45.150°N 61.983°W / 45.150; -61.983 (Big Falls)
Big Tumbling Falls [112] 44°28′59″N 64°52′55″W / 44.483°N 64.882°W / 44.483; -64.882 (Big Tumbling Falls)
Blue Falls [112] 44°48′00″N 63°09′58″W / 44.800°N 63.166°W / 44.800; -63.166 (Blue Falls)
Broad Falls [112] 44°31′01″N 63°38′56″W / 44.517°N 63.649°W / 44.517; -63.649 (Broad Falls)
Buggy Hole Falls [112] 44°13′59″N 64°47′56″W / 44.233°N 64.799°W / 44.233; -64.799 (Buggy Hole Falls)
Burned Potato Falls [112] 44°39′00″N 64°25′55″W / 44.650°N 64.432°W / 44.650; -64.432 (Burned Potato Falls)
Burrills Falls [112] 44°09′00″N 65°50′56″W / 44.150°N 65.849°W / 44.150; -65.849 (Burrills Falls)
Campbells Falls [112] 43°58′01″N 64°52′55″W / 43.967°N 64.882°W / 43.967; -64.882 (Campbells Falls)
Carrying Falls [112] 43°55′59″N 65°30′58″W / 43.933°N 65.516°W / 43.933; -65.516 (Carrying Falls)
Chris Falls [112] 43°34′59″N 65°34′55″W / 43.583°N 65.582°W / 43.583; -65.582 (Chris Falls)
Cooks Falls [112] 43°54′00″N 65°30′58″W / 43.900°N 65.516°W / 43.900; -65.516 (Cooks Falls)
Cobbs Scutch Falls [112] 44°24′00″N 64°32′56″W / 44.400°N 64.549°W / 44.400; -64.549 (Cobbs Scutch Falls)
Cowie Falls [112] 44°04′01″N 64°45′58″W / 44.067°N 64.766°W / 44.067; -64.766 (Cowie Falls)
Cranes Neck Falls [112] 43°58′59″N 65°16′59″W / 43.983°N 65.283°W / 43.983; -65.283 (Cranes Neck Falls)
Dog Falls [112] 44°37′59″N 64°48′58″W / 44.633°N 64.816°W / 44.633; -64.816 (Dog Falls)
Drysdale Falls [112] 45°37′59″N 63°14′56″W / 45.633°N 63.249°W / 45.633; -63.249 (Drysdale Falls)
Dukeshires Lower Falls [112] 44°28′59″N 65°12′58″W / 44.483°N 65.216°W / 44.483; -65.216 (Dukeshires Lower Falls)
Dukeshires Upper Falls [112] 44°28′59″N 65°13′59″W / 44.483°N 65.233°W / 44.483; -65.233 (Dukeshires Upper Falls)
Durkee Falls [112] 44°04′59″N 65°49′55″W / 44.083°N 65.832°W / 44.083; -65.832 (Durkee Falls)
Easach Ban Falls.jpg Easach Ban or Uisge Ban Falls [112] 46°13′01″N 60°46′55″W / 46.217°N 60.782°W / 46.217; -60.782 (Easach Ban)
East Branch Falls [112] 44°07′01″N 65°40′59″W / 44.117°N 65.683°W / 44.117; -65.683 (East Branch Falls)
Eel Weir Falls [112] 44°01′59″N 65°49′55″W / 44.033°N 65.832°W / 44.033; -65.832 (Eel Weir Falls)
Eel Weir Falls [112] 43°46′01″N 65°34′55″W / 43.767°N 65.582°W / 43.767; -65.582 (Eel Weir Falls)
Englehutts Falls [112] 44°55′59″N 62°17′56″W / 44.933°N 62.299°W / 44.933; -62.299 (Englehutts Falls)
First Falls [112] 44°49′01″N 62°52′59″W / 44.817°N 62.883°W / 44.817; -62.883 (First Falls)
Flat Falls [112] 44°12′00″N 65°49′55″W / 44.200°N 65.832°W / 44.200; -65.832 (Flat Falls)
Franks Falls [112] 43°58′59″N 65°48′58″W / 43.983°N 65.816°W / 43.983; -65.816 (Franks Falls)
Frideaux Falls [112] 44°25′59″N 64°34′59″W / 44.433°N 64.583°W / 44.433; -64.583 (Frideaux Falls)
Gaspereau [112] 44°37′01″N 63°44′56″W / 44.617°N 63.749°W / 44.617; -63.749 (Gaspereau)

Ontario[edit]

Ontario
Image Waterfall Watercourse Drop Width Class Type Reference Coordinates
Horshoe Falls f 16th floor of Marriott.jpg Niagara Falls Niagara River 53 m (174 ft) 671 m (2,201 ft) Segmented Block [113][114] 43°04′38″N 79°04′32″W / 43.077305°N 79.07562°W / 43.077305; -79.07562 (Horeshoe Falls Niagara Falls)
Horseshoefalls.jpg Horseshoe Falls Niagara River 52 m (171 ft) Segmented Block [113] 43°04′48″N 79°04′16″W / 43.080°N 79.071°W / 43.080; -79.071 (Niagara Falls)
Bridal Veil Falls Ontario CA.jpg Bridal Veil Falls Kagawong River 11 m (36 ft) Plunge [115] 45°54′02″N 82°15′23″W / 45.90048°N 82.25651°W / 45.90048; -82.25651 (Bridal Veil Fallss)
Bridal Veil Falls Agawa River 69 m (226 ft) [116]
HBC canoes at Chats Falls.jpg Chats Falls Ottawa River 16.16 m (53.0 ft) 45°28′35″N 76°14′55″W / 45.47639°N 76.24861°W / 45.47639; -76.24861 (Chats Falls)
Chaudière Falls 1838.jpg Chaudière Falls Ottawa River 60 m (200 ft) 15 m (49 ft) [117][118]
Chutes-de-la-Chaudière [119] 45°25′00″N 75°44′00″W / 45.41667°N 75.73333°W / 45.41667; -75.73333 (Chutes-de-la-Chaudière) -->
Fenelon Falls.JPG Fenelon Falls, Ontario Trent-Severn Waterway 15 m (49 ft) 7 m (23 ft) 30 m (98 ft) Plunge [120]

44°32′08″N 78°44′13″W / 44.53556°N 78.73694°W / 44.53556; -78.73694 (Fenelon Falls)

Helen Falls Lady Evelyn River 25 m (82 ft) Cascade [121][122] 47°17′31″N 50°20′02″W / 47.29194°N 50.33389°W / 47.29194; -50.33389 (Helen Falls)
Hog's Back Falls in winter 000 0152 edited.jpg Hog's Back Falls Rideau River 18 m (59 ft) artificially created [123] 45°22′16″N 75°41′49″W / 45.371021°N 75.697024°W / 45.371021; -75.697024 (Hog's Back Falls)
Inglis falls.jpg Inglis Falls Sydenham River 18 m (59 ft) cascade [124] 44°31′33″N 80°56′05″W / 44.525701°N 80.93482°W / 44.525701; -80.93482 (Inglis falls)
Thefalls.jpg Kakabeka Falls Kaministiquia River 40 m (130 ft) Plunge [125] 48°24′10″N 89°37′32″W / 48.4029°N 89.6256°W / 48.4029; -89.6256 (Kakabeka Falls)
Onaping Falls.JPG Onaping Falls Onaping River Cascade
Rideau Falls.JPG Rideau Falls Rideau River [126] 45°26′29″N 75°41′46″W / 45.441405°N 75.69623°W / 45.441405; -75.69623 (Rideau Falls)
Rideau Chutes Rideau River [127] 47°27′00″N 75°42′00″W / 47.45000°N 75.70000°W / 47.45000; -75.70000 (Rideau Chutes)
AlbionFallsHamilton.JPG Albion Falls Red Hill Creek 19 m (62 ft) 18 m (59 ft) classical/cascade [128] 43°12′02″N 79°49′11″W / 43.200472°N 79.819676°W / 43.200472; -79.819676
Ancaster Heights Falls Tiffany tributary 13.4 m (44 ft) 1.8 m (5.9 ft) high terraced ribbon cascade [128]
Betzner Falls Spring tributary 6.3 m (21 ft) 9 m (30 ft) Twin Classic Cascade [129]
Billy Green Falls Battlefield Creek 17 m (56 ft) 6 m (20 ft) Ribbon [128] 43°12′26″N 79°45′59″W / 43.207160°N 79.766355°W / 43.207160; -79.766355
Borer's Falls.jpg Borer's Falls Borer's Creek 15 m (49 ft) high ribbon-style [130] 43°16′52.33″N 79°55′51.71″W / 43.2812028°N 79.9310306°W / 43.2812028; -79.9310306
Boundary Falls Grindstone Tributaries 6 m (20 ft) 2 m (6.6 ft) high ribbon-style [131]
Dog Falls Kaministiquia River 47 m (154 ft) [74]
Wawaitin Falls Mattagami River 38 m (125 ft) [74]
Aubrey Falls Mississagi River 33 m (108 ft) [74]
Pigeon Falls Pigeon River 27 m (89 ft) [74]

Quebec[edit]

Quebec
Image Waterfall Watercourse Drop Width Class Type Reference Coordinates
HBC canoes at Chats Falls.jpg Chats Falls Ottawa River 16.16 m (53.0 ft) 45°28′35″N 76°14′55″W / 45.47639°N 76.24861°W / 45.47639; -76.24861 (Chats Falls)
Chaudière Falls 1838.jpg Chaudière Falls Ottawa River 60 m (200 ft) 15 m (49 ft) [117][132]
Chutes chaudieres.jpg Chutes de la Chaudière Chaudière River 35 feet (11 m) Cataract [133][134] 46°42′47″N 71°17′10″W / 46.71306°N 71.28611°W / 46.71306; -71.28611 (Chutes chaudieres)
Chute Kabir Kouba Saint-Charles River 28 m (92 ft) cascade/plunge [135][136] 46°51′19″N 71°21′20″W / 46.85528°N 71.35556°W / 46.85528; -71.35556 (Chute Kabir Kouba)
Chute de Montmorency.jpg Montmorency Falls Montmorency River 84 m (276 ft) [137] 46°53′27″N 71°8′51″W / 46.89083°N 71.14750°W / 46.89083; -71.14750 (Montmorency Falls)
St anne falls.jpg St. Anne Falls 70 m (230 ft) [138] 46°53′27″N 71°8′51″W / 46.89083°N 71.14750°W / 46.89083; -71.14750 (St. Anne Falls)
Chute Ouiatchouan 79 m (259 ft) [74]
Chute de Shawinigan Rivière Saint-Maurice 46 m (151 ft) [74]
Chute du Calcaire Rivière Caniapiscau 22 m (72 ft) [74]
Chute au Granite Rivière Caniapiscau 21 m (69 ft) [74]
Chutes aux Schistes Rivière Caniapiscau 18 m (59 ft) [74]
Les Sept Chutes
Cascades de Saint Ferreol
Rivière Sainte-Anne-du-Nord 130 m (430 ft) Tiered [139]
Chutes Kempt/Normand Falls Rivière Kempt [140] 48°1′41.80″N 66°47′16.31″W / 48.0282778°N 66.7878639°W / 48.0282778; -66.7878639 (Normand Falls)

Saskatchewan[edit]

Saskatchewan
Image Waterfall Watercourse Drop Width Class Type Reference Coordinates
Upper falls-sm.jpg Nistowiak Falls Rapid River 10 m (33 ft) segmented [141] 55°23′46″N 104°21′59″W / 55.39611°N 104.36639°W / 55.39611; -104.36639 (Nistowiak Falls)
Spruce Falls Swan River [142] 55°37′00″N 102°27′00″W / 55.61667°N 102.45000°W / 55.61667; -102.45000 (Spruce Falls)
Elizabeth Falls Fond du Lac River 34 m (112 ft) [74]

Unsorted[edit]

Unsorted
Image Waterfall Province Watercourse Drop Width Class Type Reference Coordinates
High Falls Ontario Onaping River 24 m (79 ft) [74]
Schist Falls Ontario Pukaskwa River 24 m (79 ft) [74]
Smoky Falls Ontario Mattagami River 24 m (79 ft) [74]
Christopher Falls Ontario Opasatika River 23 m (75 ft) [74]
Partridge Falls Ontario Pigeon River 21 m (69 ft) [74]
Steephill Falls Ontario Magpie River 21 m (69 ft) [74]
Louise Falls Northwest Territories Hay River 20 m (66 ft) [74]
Muhigan Falls Manitoba Muhigan River 19 m (62 ft) [74]
Big Beaver Ontario Kapuskasing River 18 m (59 ft) [74]
Lady Evelyn Falls Northwest Territories Kakisa River 17 m (56 ft) [74]
Taskinigup Falls Manitoba Burntwood River 15 m (49 ft) [74]
Aviron Bay Falls Newfoundland and Labrador 213 m (699 ft) 12 m (39 ft) 3 Tiered [103]
Rattling Brook Falls Newfoundland and Labrador Rattling Brook 140 m (460 ft) 4 tiered [104]
Sandy Pond Falls Newfoundland and Labrador 220 m (720 ft) 4 Plunge, Cascades [105]

See also[edit]

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