Horseshoe Falls

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Horse·shoe Falls

 (hôrs′sho͞o′, hôr′sho͞o′)
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Noun1.Horseshoe Falls - a part of Niagara Falls in OntarioHorseshoe Falls - a part of Niagara Falls in Ontario  
Ontario - a prosperous and industrialized province in central Canada
Niagara, Niagara Falls - waterfall in Canada is the Horseshoe Falls; in the United States it is the American Falls
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Thence he made his way, with the kitten skirmishing along beside him in the grass, to a staircase that led to a lump of projecting rock that enfiladed the huge green majesty of the Horseshoe Fall. He stood there for some time in silence.
The biggie though is the majestic Canadian Horseshoe Falls, which have a drop of 187ft, where on average, an astonishing 85,000 cubic feet of water gush over the falls every second.
| Pip Gale of Gales wine bar launches Taste North East Wales at Llangollen's Horseshoe Falls. With him are supporters and, on the river, rafters from SAS Outdoors PICTURE: MANDY JONES
On July 9, 1960, 7-year-old Roger Woodward was rescued after going over Horseshoe Falls in only a life jacket following a boating accident on the upper portion of the river.
The man was near the brink of Horseshoe Falls - the largest of the three falls that make up Niagara Falls, officials say.
He was swept over one of the waterfalls -- Horseshoe Falls -- which make up the famous Niagara Falls, CNN reported.
The Police, according to WGRZ, said the man was spotted climbing the retaining wall and then jumping into the river where he was seen being swept over the ( Horseshoe Falls , which is the largest of the three waterfalls that form the Niagara Falls.
Ten years ago, an 11-mile section of the waterway from Gledrid Bridge to the Horseshoe Falls in Llangollen - including the incredible Pontcysyllte and Chirk aqueducts - was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
| Starting point: Horseshoe Falls, Llangollen LL20 8BN The walk starts at a weir designed by famous 19th century Scottish engineer Thomas Telford which feeds water into the Llangollen Canal from the River Dee.
The Horseshoe Falls is less than a two mile walk along the towpath from Llangollen.
Man goes overboard on Maid of the Mist near Horseshoe Falls