The central section of the Beaver Valley is the part I know as 'The Valley'. It's closest to home, it's the most scenic, and it's full of wonderful places to explore. There are waterfalls, the Bruce Trail, karst sinkholes and springs, and viewpoints over the valley. It's especially beautiful in the fall. This is the third in a series of posts describing the entire Beaver watershed.
Ironically, the Boyne, here pictured just above Hogg's Falls - a bit of the old broken dam shows up on the left - is larger than the Beaver, because much of the flow of the main river, dammed to form Lake Eugenia, now goes through the flumes to the power plant.
In case you're wondering, the tooth (or the gap where it used to be) is fine. But it was minus 20 here this morning, so winter's not leaving yet! Don't know where those Robins we saw a few days ago are hiding!