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Albion Falls, Hamilton

Categories: Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
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  • Since Hamilton is the city of waterfalls, this is one for the list of must sees. It is beautiful in any season but particularly gorgeous in the winter. Please remember to stay on the marked trail and ...  read more »
  • A beautiful place to spend an afternoon with family or friends. You can go for a family walk along the beautiful nature trail and/or go visit the beautiful falls. This spectacular falls is a must see....  read more »
  • I love going to these falls. I enjoy the esay treck to both the bottom and top! and the views from both are amazing and very relaxing. Wear good running shoes and dont go on a slippery day. The path t...  read more »
  • 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!
  • 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.
  • It's very hard to get up and down my friend and I were wearing summer footwear not expecting a hike rocky terrain. The city of Hamilton doesn't keep the place safe and there are signs stating it "danger enter at own risk" there is a bunch of broken glass. The waterfall is quite nice just wear running shoes or hiking boots
  • My first thought upon arriving was "oh, this is a tourist trap" which of course, it is (especially on summer weekends). It was difficult to find parking so our group got creative and asked some nearby partiers to park on their nearby field. Once we got there we went down to the falls and just like everyone else, took some photos under the falls. I then started to realize how much trash was strewn across this public location and decided to clean it up. This was actually my favourite part as I got to climb on the tops, sides, and underneath the big rocks to find the heaps of trash that lazy people had left behind to ruin the tourist location for others. There are a few locations where there is glass embedded in the ground from people drinking... so be wary if you're walking around bear foot.
  • Hidden gem right in your own backyard! Steps from the parking lot. Go for a hike. Take in the scenery. Grab a swim. Have a picnic at the base of the falls. You really can't do this anywhere else in the region.
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