Roundtrip: 2.5 km
Location: Orient Bay, ON
I know the name is odd, but I know these falls in the winter as an ice climb called ‘Go-Mar Falls’. I couldn’t find the actual name of this creek or the falls on any of my maps. If you have a map that shows the proper names please let me know. I’m pretty sure these 80 meter falls are visited mostly in the winter, but they are worth the hike any time of year.
From Thunder Bay drive East on hwy 11/17 for 102 km. Just past Nipigon turn left onto Hwy 11 and drive for 35.6 km. Look for a power plant on the left. Park at the natural gas compressor station. It is a good idea to ask at the plant for permission to park here. Cross the road and go east along the power line for 750 m. When you get to a small stream look to the right for the trail that follows the creek to the base of the falls.