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Albion Falls, Hamilton
(4.2/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • After spending time at the overhyped and overcrowded Niagara Falls, we headed to Hamilton to go off the beaten path and find some more intimate falls. This one was our absolute favorite. The hike down...  more »
  • This undulating waterfalls located in Hamilton, stunning and beautiful and have a large number of visitors. His visit is recommended for fans of landscapes
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  • Hamilton boasts of several waterfalls and cascades. Albion Falls is one of my favorites. My outdoor group and I have visited Albion at different times of the year, including winter. Many times, we sta...  more »
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  • Nice fall view at the bottom. A little climbing is needed. Taking selfie in front of the fall is popular. Visitors should be more considerate not to stand in front of the fall for so long so other can take photo too.
  • I loved it here. Stayed for about 2 hours while we explored the falls and surrounding area. But you could make a good 3 to 4 hours out of this place. Bring a nice lunch and ear it at the bottom of the falls. Beautiful!
  • Very beautiful. But it would be better if they make a stair that help us reach down easily instead of climbing with our hands and feet ..even will help when u have kids. .I would recommend u wear hiking shoes ،and bring wet napkins to wipe ur hands after u climb.
  • Very beautiful cascading waterfall, only a 2 minute walk from the parking lot. Great opportunity to capture some one-of-a-kind photos.
  • I don't know of a lot of places in Toronto area where you can get this close to a waterfall. Not much parking during busy times. Viewpoint is really far away and high, so there is not much to look from there. You are missing out if you are not planning to go down the hill. BTW, it's really downhill, so no heels or strollers. Better to use running shoes or something similar. Also, it's not exactly safe out there. Rocks are sharp and slippery. Kids should not be left by themselves. City has a lot of signs about not taking responsibility of any kind, and also not maintaining it, although I did see a number of garbage bins around.