List of waterfalls of Canada

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This is a list of waterfalls in Canada, by province.

Overview[edit]

In 2013, a canoeist, named Adam Shoalts, discovered seven uncharted waterfalls on the Again River in the Hudson Bay Lowlands. The tallest was 40 ft (12 m) high.[1]

Waterfalls with the greatest drop[edit]

According to The Canadian Encyclopedia website, these ten waterfalls have the greatest total drop.[2]

Waterfall Drop Province
Della Falls 440 m (1,440 ft) British Columbia
Hunlen Falls 253 m (830 ft) British Columbia
Panther Falls 183 m (600 ft) Alberta
Helmcken Falls 137 m (449 ft) British Columbia
Bridal Veil Falls 122 m (400 ft) British Columbia
Virginia Falls (Northwest Territories) 90 m (300 ft) Northwest Territories
Montmorency Falls 84 m (276 ft) Quebec
Twin Falls 80 m (260 ft) British Columbia
Ouiatchouan Falls 79 m (259 ft) Quebec
Churchill Falls 75 m (246 ft) Newfoundland
Brandywine Falls 61 m (200 ft) British Columbia

Waterfalls by province[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) 6 Segmented Horsetail [3] 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 9 m (30 ft) 37 m (121 ft) 7 Cascade [4] 51°9′56.59″N 115°33′35.24″W / 51.1657194°N 115.5597889°W / 51.1657194; -115.5597889
Bow Lake-Bow Glacier.jpg Bow Glacier Falls Bow River 120 m (390 ft) 57 m (187 ft) Horsetail [5] 51°39′11.35″N 116°29′57.18″W / 51.6531528°N 116.4992167°W / 51.6531528; -116.4992167
Bridal Veil watefall.JPG Bridal Veil Falls (Banff) An unnamed stream 86 m (282 ft) 5 m (16 ft) 2 Tiered Plunges [6] 52°11′0.92″N 117°3′6.55″W / 52.1835889°N 117.0518194°W / 52.1835889; -117.0518194
Crescent Falls 2007-06.jpg Crescent Falls Bighorn River Tiered [7] 52°23′14″N 116°21′15″W / 52.38722°N 116.35417°W / 52.38722; -116.35417 (Crescent Falls)
Cryptfalls.jpg Crypt Falls Hellroaring Creek 175 m (574 ft) 15 m (49 ft) Horsetail [8] 49°0′18.04″N 113°50′34.52″W / 49.0050111°N 113.8429222°W / 49.0050111; -113.8429222
Elbow Falls.JPG Elbow Falls Elbow River Cascade [9] 50°51′31″N 114°47′32″W / 50.85861°N 114.79222°W / 50.85861; -114.79222 (Elbow Falls)
Fossil Falls Foch Creek 150 m (490 ft) 23 m (75 ft) 5 Tiered Horsetails [10] 50°35′28.06″N 115°11′55.8″W / 50.5911278°N 115.198833°W / 50.5911278; -115.198833
Geraldine Falls Geraldine Creek 152 m (499 ft) 15 m (49 ft) 4 Tiered Horsetails [11] 52°36′1.13″N 117°56′20.27″W / 52.6003139°N 117.9389639°W / 52.6003139; -117.9389639
Kerkeslin Falls An unnamed stream Tiered Horsetails [12] disputed[nb 1]
Kitchener Creek Falls Kitchener Creek 122 m (400 ft) 122 m (400 ft) 5 m (16 ft) 3 [14] 52°15′31.3″N 117°18′10.79″W / 52.258694°N 117.3029972°W / 52.258694; -117.3029972
Lineham Falls Lineham Creek 125 m (410 ft) [15] 49°4′40.23″N 114°3′20.65″W / 49.0778417°N 114.0557361°W / 49.0778417; -114.0557361
Murchison Falls An unnamed stream 180 m (590 ft) 30 m (98 ft) Segmented Plunges [16] 51°55′9.45″N 116°41′15.27″W / 51.9192917°N 116.6875750°W / 51.9192917; -116.6875750
Panther Falls.jpg Panther Falls Nigel Creek 66 m (217 ft) 12 m (39 ft) 3 Plunge [17] 52°10′53.61″N 117°3′29.36″W / 52.1815583°N 117.0581556°W / 52.1815583; -117.0581556 (Panther Falls)
Sideways Falls (Big Bend Falls) An unnamed stream 106 m (348 ft) 15 m (49 ft) 5 Tiered Horsetails [18] 52°9′46.17″N 117°4′0.84″W / 52.1628250°N 117.0669000°W / 52.1628250; -117.0669000
SiffleurFalls.JPG Siffleur Falls Siffleur River [19] 52°1′13.5″N 116°21′58.4″W / 52.020417°N 116.366222°W / 52.020417; -116.366222
Pdphoto canada 1 bg 062104.jpg Sunwapta Falls,
Lower Sunwapta Falls
Sunwapta River 17 m (56 ft),
26 m (85 ft)
8 m (26 ft),
8 m (26 ft)
5,
6
Tiered Horsetails,
Tiered Plunges
[20],
[21]
52°31′56.53″N 117°38′41.98″W / 52.5323694°N 117.6449944°W / 52.5323694; -117.6449944
Maligne Canyon Falls Maligne Canyon [22]
O'Shaughnessy Falls [22]
Snake Indian Falls Snake Indian River [22]
Tangle Falls [22]

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 [23] 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 [24]
Angel's Staircase Falls An unnamed stream 100 m (330 ft) 20 m (66 ft) 3 Cascade [25] 51°31′00″N 116°30′00″W / 51.51667°N 116.50000°W / 51.51667; -116.50000
Arctomys Falls Arctomys Creek [26] 53°03′57″N 118°53′50″W / 53.06583°N 118.89722°W / 53.06583; -118.89722
Ashlu Falls.jpg Ashlu Falls Ashlu Creek 10 m (33 ft) 33 m (108 ft) 3 Tiered [27] 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) [28] 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 [29] 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 [30] 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) [31][32] 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) [33] 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 [34] 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 [35]
Crooked Falls Sigurd Creek 198 m (650 ft) 15 m (49 ft) Tiered [36]
Dawson Falls.jpg Dawson Falls Murtle River 15.2 m (50 ft) 91.4 m (300 ft) [37] 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 [38][39] 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) [40]
Fairy Creek Falls Fairy Creek 305 m (1,001 ft) 3 Tiered [41]
Flood Falls Fairy Creek 380 m (1,250 ft) 8 m (26 ft) Tiered [42]
Englishmen-river-falls2.jpg Englishman River Falls Englishman River [43] 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 [44]
Gold Creek Falls Gold Creek 610 m (2,000 ft) Horsetail [45]
Helmet Falls Helmet Creek 352 m (1,155 ft) 30 m (98 ft) 4 Tiered [46]
Harmony Falls
Freil Lake Falls
Friel Falls
Friel Creek 444 m (1,457 ft) 38 m (125 ft) 4 Tiered [47]
High Falls High Falls Creek 91 m (299 ft) [48]
High Falls High Falls Creek 91 m (299 ft) 26 m (85 ft) [49]
Hunlen Falls Tweedsmuir.jpg Hunlen Falls Hunlen Creek 374 m (1,227 ft) 26 m (85 ft) 4 Plunge [50]
Icecap Falls 457 m (1,499 ft) 4 Segmented [51]
Helmcken Falls 2006 Ben W Bell.jpg Helmcken Falls Murtle River 141 m (463 ft) 23 m (75 ft) 7 Plunge [52] 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 [53] 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 [54]
Kinueso Falls Murray River 60m

197ft

Nairnfalls.jpg Nairn Falls Green River 40 m (130 ft) 9.1 m (30 ft) Tiered [55]
Nymph Falls.jpg Nymph Falls Puntledge River 15 m (49 ft) 46 m (151 ft) 6 Cascade [56] 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 [57][58] 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 [59] 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) [60] 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 [61] 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 [62][63] 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 [64] 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 [65] 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) [66]
Twin Falls 80 m (260 ft) [66]
James Bruce Falls.JPG James Bruce Falls Loquilts Creek 840 m (2,760 ft) 3 Horsetail [67]
Alfred Creek Falls Alfred Creek 700 m (2,300 ft) 30 m (98 ft) 3 Horsetail [68]
Bergeron Falls 99 m (325 ft) 9 m (30 ft) Horsetail [69]
Cascade Falls Cascade Creek 300 m (980 ft) 3 m (9.8 ft) 3 Horsetail [69]
Cummins Falls Cummins River 63 m (207 ft) 15 m (49 ft) Tiered [70]
Kiwi Falls Nisnak Creek 480 m (1,570 ft) [71]
Michael Falls 380 m (1,250 ft) 12 m (39 ft) 5

Tiered ||[72] ||

Middle Cummins Falls Cummins River 220 m (720 ft) 12 m (39 ft) Horsetail [73]
Moresby Falls 420 m (1,380 ft) 12 m (39 ft) Tiered [74]
Odegaard Falls Nusatsum River 280 m (920 ft) 12 m (39 ft) 6 Horsetail [75]
Petain Creek Falls
Petain Falls
Petain Creek 375 m (1,230 ft) tiered [76]
Peach Creek Falls Peach Creek 183 m (600 ft) tiered [77]
Place Creek Falls Place Creek 419 m (1,375 ft) 14 m (46 ft) 4 tiered [78]
Pyramid Falls, British Columbia.jpg Pyramid Falls Pyramid Creek 91 m (299 ft) tiered [79]
Silvertip Falls Coursier Creek 198 m (650 ft) Tiered [80]
Snowshoe Creek Falls Snowshoe Creek 240 m (790 ft) Horsetail [81]
Swiftcurrent Falls Swiftcurrent Creek 520 m (1,710 ft) [81]
Thunder Falls
Rockingham Falls
Rainbow Falls
183 m (600 ft) Cascade [82]
Twin Falls 183 m (600 ft) Segmented [83]
Wapta Falls Kicking Horse River 30 m (98 ft) 152 m (499 ft) 7 Block [84]
Wapta Falls.JPG Wapta Falls Kicking Horse River 30 m (98 ft) 91 m (299 ft) 6 Block [65] 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 [85] Lunbreck falls
Whispering Falls Landsborough Creek 152 m (499 ft) 15 m (49 ft) Tiered [86]

New Brunswick[edit]

New Brunswick
Image Waterfall Watercourse Drop Width Class Type Reference Coordinates
"Grand Falls, Nepisiguit River, before 1874" Nepisiguit Grand Falls Nepisiguit River 75 m (246 ft) segmented Block 53°36′00″N 64°18′57″W / 53.60000°N 64.31583°W / 53.60000; -64.31583 (Nepisiguit Grand Falls)

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 [88][89] 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 [90][91][92]
Twin Falls Unknown River 53 m (174 ft) [93]
Grand Falls Exploits River 43 m (141 ft) [66]
Grand Falls Hamilton River 92 m (302 ft) 46 m (151 ft) 1 Slide, Plunge [94]
Thomas Falls Unknown River 31 m (102 ft) [66]
Scott Falls Unknown River 27 m (89 ft) [66]
Aviron Bay Falls 213 m (699 ft) 12 m (39 ft) 3 Tiered [95]
Rattling Brook Falls.jpg Rattling Brook Falls Rattling Brook 140 m (460 ft) 4 tiered [96]
Sandy Pond Falls 220 m (720 ft) 4 Plunge, Cascades [97]
Grand Falls Exploits River 43 m (141 ft) [66]
Grand Falls Hamilton River 92 m (302 ft) 46 m (151 ft) 1 Slide, Plunge [94]
Thomas Falls Unknown River 31 m (102 ft) [66]
Scott Falls Unknown River 27 m (89 ft) [66]

Manitoba[edit]

Manitoba
Image Waterfall Watercourse Drop Width Class Type Reference Coordinates
Pisew Falls June.jpg Pisew Falls [98] 55°11′50″N 98°23′51″W / 55.19722°N 98.39750°W / 55.19722; -98.39750 (Pisew Falls)
Muhigan Falls Muhigan River 19 m (62 ft) [66]

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) [99][100] 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 [101] 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) [66]
Marengo Falls Marengo Creek 30 m (98 ft) [66]
Tyrrell Falls Lockhart River 26 m (85 ft) [66]
Louise Falls Hay River 20 m (66 ft) [66]

Nova Scotia[edit]

Nova Scotia
Image Waterfall Watercourse Drop Width Class Type Reference Coordinates
Black Brook Waterfall Cabot Trail.JPG Black Brook Waterfall [102][103] 45°25′00″N 62°10′57″W / 45.41667°N 62.18250°W / 45.41667; -62.18250 (Black Brook Waterfall)
Apron Falls [104] 44°37′01″N 64°45′58″W / 44.617°N 64.766°W / 44.617; -64.766 (Apron Falls)
Archies Falls [104] 44°24′00″N 64°52′55″W / 44.400°N 64.882°W / 44.400; -64.882 (Archies Falls)
Bad Falls [104] 43°52′59″N 65°45′58″W / 43.883°N 65.766°W / 43.883; -65.766 (Bad Falls)
Bad Falls [104] 44°01′01″N 65°48′58″W / 44.017°N 65.816°W / 44.017; -65.816 (Bad Falls)
Bad Luck Falls [104] 44°40′01″N 63°40′59″W / 44.667°N 63.683°W / 44.667; -63.683 (Bad Luck Falls)
Baker Falls [104] 44°54′00″N 64°18′58″W / 44.900°N 64.316°W / 44.900; -64.316 (Baker Falls)
Bangs Falls [104] 44°13′59″N 64°49′59″W / 44.233°N 64.833°W / 44.233; -64.833 (Bangs Falls)
Barrio Falls [104] 44°12′00″N 65°48′58″W / 44.200°N 65.816°W / 44.200; -65.816 (Barrio Falls)
Basin Falls [104] 43°52′01″N 65°23′56″W / 43.867°N 65.399°W / 43.867; -65.399 (Basin Falls)
Baxters Harbour [104] 43°52′01″N 65°23′56″W / 43.867°N 65.399°W / 43.867; -65.399 (Baxters Harbour Falls)
Bear Falls [104] 44°13′59″N 64°48′58″W / 44.233°N 64.816°W / 44.233; -64.816 (Bear Falls)
Bear Trap Falls [104] 44°42′00″N 63°46′55″W / 44.700°N 63.782°W / 44.700; -63.782 (Bear Trap Falls)
Beulach Ban Falls [104] 46°49′01″N 60°36′58″W / 46.817°N 60.616°W / 46.817; -60.616 (Beulach Ban Falls)
Big Cascade [104] 44°51′00″N 63°43′59″W / 44.850°N 63.733°W / 44.850; -63.733 (Big Cascade)
Big Falls [104] 43°37′59″N 65°34′55″W / 43.633°N 65.582°W / 43.633; -65.582 (Big Falls)
Big Falls [104] 43°58′01″N 65°34′55″W / 43.967°N 65.582°W / 43.967; -65.582 (Big Falls)
Big Falls [104] 43°54′00″N 65°14′56″W / 43.900°N 65.249°W / 43.900; -65.249 (Big Falls)
Big Falls [104] 44°07′59″N 60°38′56″W / 44.133°N 60.649°W / 44.133; -60.649 (Big Falls)
Big Falls [104] 44°07′59″N 64°55′55″W / 44.133°N 64.932°W / 44.133; -64.932 (Big Falls)
Big Falls [104] 45°09′00″N 61°58′59″W / 45.150°N 61.983°W / 45.150; -61.983 (Big Falls)
Big Tumbling Falls [104] 44°28′59″N 64°52′55″W / 44.483°N 64.882°W / 44.483; -64.882 (Big Tumbling Falls)
Blue Falls [104] 44°48′00″N 63°09′58″W / 44.800°N 63.166°W / 44.800; -63.166 (Blue Falls)
Broad Falls [104] 44°31′01″N 63°38′56″W / 44.517°N 63.649°W / 44.517; -63.649 (Broad Falls)
Buggy Hole Falls [104] 44°13′59″N 64°47′56″W / 44.233°N 64.799°W / 44.233; -64.799 (Buggy Hole Falls)
Burned Potato Falls [104] 44°39′00″N 64°25′55″W / 44.650°N 64.432°W / 44.650; -64.432 (Burned Potato Falls)
Burrills Falls [104] 44°09′00″N 65°50′56″W / 44.150°N 65.849°W / 44.150; -65.849 (Burrills Falls)
Campbells Falls [104] 43°58′01″N 64°52′55″W / 43.967°N 64.882°W / 43.967; -64.882 (Campbells Falls)
Carrying Falls [104] 43°55′59″N 65°30′58″W / 43.933°N 65.516°W / 43.933; -65.516 (Carrying Falls)
Chris Falls [104] 43°34′59″N 65°34′55″W / 43.583°N 65.582°W / 43.583; -65.582 (Chris Falls)
Cooks Falls [104] 43°54′00″N 65°30′58″W / 43.900°N 65.516°W / 43.900; -65.516 (Cooks Falls)
Cobbs Scutch Falls [104] 44°24′00″N 64°32′56″W / 44.400°N 64.549°W / 44.400; -64.549 (Cobbs Scutch Falls)
Cowie Falls [104] 44°04′01″N 64°45′58″W / 44.067°N 64.766°W / 44.067; -64.766 (Cowie Falls)
Cranes Neck Falls [104] 43°58′59″N 65°16′59″W / 43.983°N 65.283°W / 43.983; -65.283 (Cranes Neck Falls)
Dog Falls [104] 44°37′59″N 64°48′58″W / 44.633°N 64.816°W / 44.633; -64.816 (Dog Falls)
Drysdale Falls [104] 45°37′59″N 63°14′56″W / 45.633°N 63.249°W / 45.633; -63.249 (Drysdale Falls)
Dukeshires Lower Falls [104] 44°28′59″N 65°12′58″W / 44.483°N 65.216°W / 44.483; -65.216 (Dukeshires Lower Falls)
Dukeshires Upper Falls [104] 44°28′59″N 65°13′59″W / 44.483°N 65.233°W / 44.483; -65.233 (Dukeshires Upper Falls)
Durkee Falls [104] 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 [104] 46°13′01″N 60°46′55″W / 46.217°N 60.782°W / 46.217; -60.782 (Easach Ban)
East Branch Falls [104] 44°07′01″N 65°40′59″W / 44.117°N 65.683°W / 44.117; -65.683 (East Branch Falls)
Eel Weir Falls [104] 44°01′59″N 65°49′55″W / 44.033°N 65.832°W / 44.033; -65.832 (Eel Weir Falls)
Eel Weir Falls [104] 43°46′01″N 65°34′55″W / 43.767°N 65.582°W / 43.767; -65.582 (Eel Weir Falls)
Englehutts Falls [104] 44°55′59″N 62°17′56″W / 44.933°N 62.299°W / 44.933; -62.299 (Englehutts Falls)
First Falls [104] 44°49′01″N 62°52′59″W / 44.817°N 62.883°W / 44.817; -62.883 (First Falls)
Flat Falls [104] 44°12′00″N 65°49′55″W / 44.200°N 65.832°W / 44.200; -65.832 (Flat Falls)
Franks Falls [104] 43°58′59″N 65°48′58″W / 43.983°N 65.816°W / 43.983; -65.816 (Franks Falls)
Frideaux Falls [104] 44°25′59″N 64°34′59″W / 44.433°N 64.583°W / 44.433; -64.583 (Frideaux Falls)
Gaspereau [104] 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 [105][106] 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 [105] 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 [107] 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) [108]
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) [109][110]
Chutes-de-la-Chaudière [111] 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 [112]

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 [113][114] 47°17′31″N 80°20′02″W / 47.29194°N 80.33389°W / 47.29194; -80.33389 (Helen Falls)
Hog's Back Falls in winter 000 0152 edited.jpg Hog's Back Falls Rideau River 18 m (59 ft) artificially created [115] 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 [116] 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 [117] 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 [118] 45°26′29″N 75°41′46″W / 45.441405°N 75.69623°W / 45.441405; -75.69623 (Rideau Falls)
Rideau Chutes Rideau River [119] 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 [120] 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 [120]
Betzner Falls Spring tributary 6.3 m (21 ft) 9 m (30 ft) Twin Classic Cascade [121]
Billy Green Falls Battlefield Creek 17 m (56 ft) 6 m (20 ft) Ribbon [120] 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 [122] 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 [123]
Dog Falls Kaministiquia River 47 m (154 ft) [66]
Wawaitin Falls Mattagami River 38 m (125 ft) [66]
White's Falls 3 Mile Lake 38 m (125 ft) [66]
Aubrey Falls Mississagi River 33 m (108 ft) [66]
Pigeon Falls Pigeon River 27 m (89 ft) [66]
High Falls Onaping River 24 m (79 ft) [66]
Schist Falls Pukaskwa River 24 m (79 ft) [66]
Smoky Falls Mattagami River 24 m (79 ft) [66]
Christopher Falls Opasatika River 23 m (75 ft) [66]
Partridge Falls Pigeon River 21 m (69 ft) [66]
Steephill Falls Magpie River 21 m (69 ft) [66]

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 15 m (49 ft) 60 m (197 ft) [109][124]
Chutes chaudieres.jpg Chutes de la Chaudière Chaudière River 35 feet (11 m) Cataract [125][126] 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 [127][128] 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) [129] 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) [130] 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) [66]
Chute de Shawinigan Rivière Saint-Maurice 46 m (151 ft) [66]
Chute du Calcaire Rivière Caniapiscau 22 m (72 ft) [66]
Chute au Granite Rivière Caniapiscau 21 m (69 ft) [66]
Chutes aux Schistes Rivière Caniapiscau 18 m (59 ft) [66]
Les Sept Chutes
Cascades de Saint Ferreol
Rivière Sainte-Anne-du-Nord 130 m (430 ft) Tiered [131]
Chutes Kempt/Normand Falls Rivière Kempt [132] 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 [133] 55°23′46″N 104°21′59″W / 55.39611°N 104.36639°W / 55.39611; -104.36639 (Nistowiak Falls)
Spruce Falls Swan River [134] 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) [66]

Unsorted[edit]

Unsorted
Image Waterfall Province Watercourse Drop Width Class Type Reference Coordinates
Big Beaver Falls Ontario Kapuskasing River 18 m (59 ft) [66]
Lady Evelyn Falls Northwest Territories Kakisa River 17 m (56 ft) [66]
Taskinigup Falls Manitoba Burntwood River 15 m (49 ft) [66]
Aviron Bay Falls Newfoundland and Labrador 213 m (699 ft) 12 m (39 ft) 3 Tiered [95]
Rattling Brook Falls Newfoundland and Labrador Rattling Brook 140 m (460 ft) 4 tiered [96]
Sandy Pond Falls Newfoundland and Labrador 220 m (720 ft) 4 Plunge, Cascades [97]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The identity and location of this waterfall is uncertain; one location is given at worldwaterfalldatabase.com[12] and the other is reported by ice climbers.[13]

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