Hiking Hamilton's Borer's Falls :: I've Been Bit! A Travel Blog

Located in the aptly named Borer’s Falls Conservation Area, this beauty is another one of Hamilton’s beautiful waterfalls. While there’s 100+ in the city alone, Borer’s Falls is one of the underrated waterfalls. The crowds flock to Tiffany or Webster’s Falls, so if you’re looking for a waterfall that’s just as gorgeous but without the crowds […]

I've Been Bit! - Hiking Hamilton :: Dundas Peak

Updated February 2018 It has come to my attention that the Hamilton Conservation Authority is now using a wristband policy for visitors to the Spencer Gorge area. More information on accessing the area can be found in this article. Dundas Peak is a beautiful lookout spot nestled in the Spencer Gorge Conservation Area. From here you can enjoy […]

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 Updated February 2018 The reason we have so many waterfalls in Southern Ontario is mainly thanks to the Niagara Escarpment. While many people flock to Ball’s Falls and the conservation area there, I say hit the Bruce Trail a little further down. Head to the small town of Lincoln, Ontario and you’ll find Rockway Falls. […]