Hamilton, Ontario, Canada is know as the Waterfall Capital of the World that boast over 100 waterfalls.
We hike many areas in and around the Niagara Escarpment, then when we came across this hidden gem of a waterfall – we had to share!
As noted in Tourism Hamilton’s website:
This hidden gem is nestled in the Felker’s Falls Conservation Area in the city’s eastern neighbourhood of Stoney Creek. Felker’s Falls flows over the edge of the Niagara Escarpment revealing a tall and impressive ribbon waterfall as well as significant geological rock formations in the bedrock gorge. It’s also close to other nearby waterfalls worth exploring.
There is a free parking lot close by with many spots.
Hamilton waterfalls Q&A – leave your answers in the comments section below:
- Which waterfalls is your favorite? Why?
- Sherman Falls ♥
- How many waterfalls have you hiked in Ontario?
- We’ve hiked about 30 waterfalls..so far
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Happy adventuring! #getoutside #getoutdoors ♥