MAZUKAMA FALLS TRAIL

This day hike has been described as magical. The challenging 3.1 km loop trail will take 1.5-2 hrs to complete as it climbs steeply for 500 m and passes beside the cascades and waterfalls of Mazukama Creek as it tumbles off the red rocks of Kama Cliffs through huge old growth cedars. After reaching the towering 25 m, Mazukama Falls, the trail follows the base of the Cliffs as it passes by massive fern covered boulders before heading downhill back to the trailhead through the dark and quiet “Enchanted Forest” of ancient moss-covered cedars and Canada yew.

The Mazukama Falls Hiking Trail is a wilderness recreation trail. It is difficult and requires previous trail experience. Footing is unstable, there are steep sections and some creeks may require wading.

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MAZUKAMA FALLS TRAIL characteristics

Length: 3.1 km
Difficulty: (Trail classifications)
Trail surface: Natural
Trail use: Hiking
Accessibility Notes: None
Fees: None

Flora & Fauna:

Not reported yet



Amenities: None

Contact:
Township of Nipigon 52 Front St, Nipigon 807-887-3135

Find it: This trail is located approximately 20 km east of Nipigon on Hwy17 at km 677.4. Travel north on gravel road (Camp 81 Rd) for 200 m to the trailhead on right.



GPS Coordinates (main trailhead):
Latitude: 48.9682290
Longitude: -87.9845910