Hike the Talus Trail to the Black Beaver Falls, Northern Ontario

On a stopover during a scenic train trip through Agawa Canyon Park in northern Ontario, we took a hike on the Talus Trail to 175-foot Black Beaver Falls.

It was raining heavily when we started walking. But when we reached the falls, it stopped just long enough to photograph the spectacular cascade, one of three in the park. It was well worth the wet walk!

Sault Ste. Marie is on Trans-Canada Highway 17, near the southeastern tip of Lake Superior. Agawa Canyon is about 114 miles north of Sault Ste. Marie, just east of Lake Superior Provincial Park and Highway 17.

The canyon is only accessible by foot or train. Based in Sault Ste. Marie, the Agawa Canyon Tour Train runs daily from mid-June to mid-October. Coach fares vary by season.

For details, telephone 1-800-242-9287.

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