Bondi Resort Blog

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Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Ragged Falls

Ragged Falls is the smallest of our local Provincial Parks, but certainly one of the most lovely.  On the Oxtongue River, it is the largest of the waterfalls spilling the water from Tea Lake down to Lake of Bays.

And in winter, when it is wrapped in white, it is spectacular.

Brian and Dave hiked in during the really really cold weather this weekend, and were rewarded by these lovely photographs.

The river looks beautiful, but that ice is treacherous. River ice never truly

David auditions for a part in FROZEN, the Sequel, where he
must escape from the hungry ice monster's jaws.

1 comment:

  1. It's a magnificent waterfall- perhaps most lovely this time of year like that.