Near the town of Restoule in Ontario, Canada, amongst the trees adorned in Autumn colors, a small waterfall cascades over the rock ledges along the Restoule River. Many of the leaves have made their way from the thinning branches onto the banks of the river, while others move downstream with the flow of the river.
The Restoule River flows for about 40 kilometers with one of its highest points being around the small town of Restoule. Canoeing has been a favorite past time for many locals and visitors to Restoule, but people should be forewarned that in many areas, the river because shallow and walking with your equipment is unavoidable.
Waterfall along the Restoule River in the town of Restoule, Ontario, Canada.