Hardwood Creek Waterfall

Hardwood Creek drains into the Barron Canyon just downstream from the most prominent part of the canyon. If you’re mindful of the copious amounts of poison ivy, you can pull the canoe out and walk up to this beautiful waterfall.

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Barron Canyon, Upstream

100 metre cliffs are the most pronounced part of Algonquin’s Barron Canyon. This was where Lake Algonquin (the predecessor of the Great Lakes) once drained to the St. Lawrence.

Photo was taken from a canoe in the Barron River just upstream from the highest cliffs.

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Trickle Down

A closeup on the creek in the gorge at Watkin’s Glen.
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The Heart of the Glen

A narrow part of the gorge at Watkin’s Glen State Park. Here the creek transitions through the shale in a series of waterfalls and pools of water. Photo was taken on a rainy day, which gives everything a bit more shine.

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Nellie Lake

Nellie Lake, in Killarney Provincial Park is known for it’s crystal clear water. On a calm day you can see 28 metres down.
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Crossing the Notch

The portage to Nellie Lake follows (for the most part) Notch Creek. About a third of the way up, one must cross said creek. It’s just deep enough to be slippery to walk with a canoe on your head, and it’s just fast enough (and short enough) to make floating the canoe impractical. Here, my friend Paul carries his pack canoe across the creek.
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Sea of Tranquility

Our campfire on Murray Lake as we watched the sun set. A perfect calm on our little lake and a great time to sit by the fire with a coffee mug and some friends. Camping in Killarney Provincial Park, May 2015.
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Sunset on Murray Lake

The sun sets on our Murray Lake campsite after our day on Nellie Lake. This site is right off the Notch Creek / Nellie Lake portage. Lilipads dot the lake, as it is rather shallow and quite marshy toward the east end of the lake. Killarney Provincial Park
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Waterfall on Nellie Portage II

A view slightly downstream from the upper waterfall on the Notch Creek (Nellie Lake portage trail).
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Waterfall on Nellie Lake Portage

This is a waterfall we encountered on the climb up to Nellie Lake from Murray Lake. This is located in Killarney Provincial Park and is the third of three waterfalls on the way up.

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