The central part of the Beaver Valley is surrounded by the steep slopes of the Niagara Escarpment, often with an actual cliff. The result is a number of interesting waterfalls, all tied quite closely to the geology. These are some of the lesser known ones, none of which actually have names as far as I know. I'm starting to name them out of my own interest.
This is the top part of a double waterfall beside the Bruce Trail just south of Bowles Hill. The top layer is the hard blocky Amabel Limestone, where there's a vertical drop. Then the stream tumbles down over boulders and underlying rocky ledges all the way to the bottom.
I've left out the bigger Eugenia, Hoggs and Webwood Falls today, but posted pictures of all three recently. So you can imagine how I enjoy getting out and exploring waterfalls in the valley, all within a few kilometres of my home.
Hope you're all having a Happy Easter; busy here with visitors, so probably won't be back til Monday.