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How do I get to the base of Tews Falls?
If you want to reach the base of the Falls, start at Webster Falls, and take the stairway down into the gorge, and follow the trail downstream. Spencer Creek tumbles its way through curves and rocks, providing lots to look at.
Do you need a reservation for Tiffany Falls?
All visitors, including HCA Members will need to make a reservation when they are required. Members will only need to pay the reservation fee. Two separate hike experiences to choose from: Dundas Peak & Tew Falls hike experience.
Is Webster Falls free?
The parking fee at Tews Falls is also $10 per car (and $5 per person, when attendants are collecting that fee). During the summer months, you can only visit Webster’s Falls and Tews Falls by a shuttle from Christie Lake Conservation Area.
Is parking free at Tiffany Falls?
Fees: Parking is $11.00 per day; free with HCA Membership Pass. Tiffany Falls has a 1 hour time limit for parking. Tiffany Falls Conservation Area is considered a significant natural area. Its bedrock exposures are considered an Earth Science Area of Regional Significance.
How long of a hike is Tiffany Falls?
Experience this 3.9-km out-and-back trail near Hamilton, Ontario. Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 1 h 4 min to complete.
How much is parking at Webster Falls?
Parking for Websters Falls and Tews Falls You can’t miss it. You can also park at the Greensville Optimist Park. There is a parking fee at both parking lots for $10 per car, and parking is free for Hamilton Conservation Authority (HCA) passholders.
Can you go down to Albion Falls?
To navigate, press the arrow keys. To reach Albion Falls via a walking trail, take the Escarpment Rail Trail or the Albion Side Trail of the Bruce Trail.
How do you get to the bottom of Tiffany Falls?
Follow the trail from the Tiffany Falls parking lot into the woods to the right of the creek bed. Two new bridges and a wide gravel pathway leads you to the falls.
How long is the trail at Albion Falls?
Explore this 2.3-mile loop trail near Hamilton, Ontario. Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 54 min to complete.
Where is Tews Falls located?
Tews Falls resides in the Spencer Gorge / Webster’s Falls Conservation Area in the City of Hamilton in the province of Ontario, Canada. It is administered by the Hamilton Conservation Authority. For information or inquiries as well as current conditions, visit their website.
What is the difference between Spencer Gorge and Webster’s Falls?
The Spencer Gorge is a Y-shaped cut in the escarpment that contains Tews Falls, a waterfall that may have rivaled Niagara Falls a few thousand years ago. Webster’s Falls, seen in the cover photo, is found on the other arm of the Y. To investigate the two of them we parked in Webster’s Falls Conservation Area.
How were Webster’s Falls and Tews Falls formed?
Both Webster’s Falls and Tews Falls were formed at the end of the last ice age about 10,000 years ago when Spencer Gorge was forming. Tews Falls flows over a distinct bowl shaped gorge that is actually the smallest of several bowls in the Spencer gorge.
What is the Spencer Gorge in Niagara Falls?
The Spencer Gorge is a Y-shaped cut in the escarpment that contains Tews Falls, a waterfall that may have rivaled Niagara Falls a few thousand years ago. Webster’s Falls, seen in the cover photo, is found on the other arm of the Y.