Capture the power of Ragged Falls with Rob Stimpson,  internationally published, award-winning photographer best known for capturing the fury and tenderness of the Canadian outdoors.  You will spend a few hours at Ragged Falls Provincial Park with your camera creating imagery that showcases on the special landscapes of the region.  You will learn to “see” photographically, how to recognize a composition and how to capture it. Rob Stimpson loves to teach. As wonderful as he is at photography, he excels at sharing that knowledge. It never really matters where you are in your photo level, he will ensure that you come away with something new after his workshop. A day park permit is required and can be purchased online or at the park office upon arrival.  Suitable for teenagers and adults. No dogs please.

HIKE #: 57

DATE: Saturday, September 21

START TIME: 8:00  am

DURATION: 4  hours, 2km

LOCATION: Ragged Falls Provincial Park between Oxtongue Lake and Algonquin Park . 1050 Oxtongue Lake Rd



AMENITIES: Parking, washrooms

LEADER: Rob Stimpson

LEADER BIO: Rob Stimpson works in the tourism world; he is an internationally published, award-winning photographer. He teaches photography part time at Fleming College as well as runs workshops throughout Ontario.   Rob has photographed for Ontario Tourism, Ontario Parks and Parks Canada for many years. His work has appeared on the covers of Ontario Parks Guides, calendars, magazines and national ads for the province and Canada. He has garnered numerous awards, including a Northern Lights Award from the Canadian Tourism Commission and Best Travel Photography Award from the Ontario Tourism Summit. In October 2012 he was nominated and accepted into the College of Fellows in the Royal Canadian Geographical Society.

DIRECTIONS:From Minden travel north on Hwy 35 to the “T” intersection at Hwy 60,approximately 68km. Turn right onto Hwy 60, and drive east approximately 12km. The park is on your left. The distance is approximately 88km and a 60 minute drive.  From Haliburton take Hwy 118 west to Carnarvon,approximately 24km and turn right onto Hwy 35 north to the “T” intersection at Hwy 60,approximately 52km. Turn right onto Hwy 60 and continues as above.  From Haliburton the distance is approximately 84km   and a 70 min drive. GPS coordinates: N 45.3879, W 78.9065

  • Capture Ragged Falls
    Saturday, September 21, 2019
    8:00 am - 12:00 pm


Venue:   Ragged Falls Provincial Park

Ragged Falls Park Rd, Dwight, Ontario, Canada