About Decew Falls
The western stretch of DeCew Road in St Catharines is the ideal place for cascade lover to go and explore. It is home to two principle cascades - Upper DeCew falls, a vast 22 meter dive cascade, and Lower DeCew Falls, a littler 25 foot soak course cascade in an all the more wild and remote setting. With its beautiful surroundings including Morningstar Mill (a re-established water-fueled factory) and the Bruce Trail, it is an extraordinary place to go and spend an evening.
Upper DeCew Falls is a beautiful dive cascade, 22 meters high and 5 to 6 meters wide, with water spilling out of the upper spans of the Twelve Mile Creek. It can be seen from above alongside the Morningstar Mill, with the zone around the falls secured by a chain fence for your wellbeing, making it reasonable for youngsters and the elderly to visit.
At the base of the crevasse it is additionally conceivable to see Lower DeCew Falls. This cascade is in a more remote setting and is 8 meters in tallness. It is a lofty course cascade with its drop being broken into a progression of steps making the dilute course. It is additionally conceivable to see the Tunnel Falls from here, a synthetic cascade from the DeCew Falls Generating Station where burrows have been burrowed through milder layers of the ledge, making a level roof and floor made up of harder layers above and beneath.