The Kaministiquia River was one of the most important water routes for Canadian fur traders wanting to travel to western Canada from the Great Lakes. Imagine paddling up stream then coming across Kakabeka Falls - the largest falls in the Lake Superior watershed. Though they don't look so big in this aerial picture Kakabeka Falls has a drop of approximately 40 metres (131 feet).
Aerial view of the Kaministiquia River and Kakabeka Falls at the Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.
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