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There are so many beautiful waterfalls in Hamilton.. the are a few problems with lack of sufficient parking and accessibility. Mount Albion falls are viewable from three different spots but parking is not close and the trails are not stroller, walker or wheelchair accessible. The...More
We stopped in Hamilton to hike around the escarpment and see some of the falls. We were going to hike in the evening and then in the morning again, but decided that after a few hours of hiking we had seen enough. While there are...More
Very disappointing. The falls were basically deserted, but no parking allowed close by or on streets even over 1km away. No walking connection between falls and signage was not updated so no idea of where to actually go.
Overall the experience wasn't worth the trip,...More
Last weekend I took my 8 year old grandson to see the falls. We could not park because the parking lot is closed on week ends. Where is the logic for this policy? There is no parking on any adjoining streets and my grandson did...More
So many waterfalls! I loved Tiffany and Sherman Falls (close to each other) especially as it is a nice hike to combine the visits. But Webster and Tews falls in combination with a hike to Dundas peak are also great. Chedoke Falls are tricky to...More
The waterfalls located in Hamilton are varied, from ribbons to cascades to curtains and the classic. I have visited many of these waterfalls while hiking along the Bruce Trail on the Escarpment or the Chedoke Trail. The bigger and higher ones are okay to see...More
I'm a photographer hobby wise , and you'll find no more beautiful falls than the ones in hamilton and surrounding areas, some small , some large like websters falls in dundas, 22 m tall, but remember most are busy and some can't be accessed due...More