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Devil's Punchbowl Falls, Stoney Creek

(3.8/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We visited in April and the falls were definitely flowing! We were told last year they did not flow much due to the lack of precipitation. The hike down was good but slightly disappointing at how many...  more »
  • Its always nice to go there to check out the view and go there to relax. You get to see all the lights across Stoney Creek and Hamilton.  more »
  • Graffiti spray painted all over the rocks and you can see very little from the top. Not even worth getting out of the car. You can hike down if you want to risk your life on the hazardous "trails" whi...  more »
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  • First time accidental trip here, despite cold weather and high winds still a great hike with great views. We decided to take a bit of a climb down the side and seeing the layers of rock and clay and the colours is beautiful. The views of the city even on a gloomy day were quite nice.
  • Lovely views. Not just of the punchbowl. Plan your trip on a clear day to make the best of the views. Lovely trail that goes through vineyards, fields and forest. Will be back again once falls freeze
  • Beautiful natural rock formation. Great exercise hiking up and down the escarpment using the Bruce Trail and side-trails. The waterfalls are usually dried up in the summer heat, but flow impressively in the spring and autumn. The frozen falls in the winter are a spectacle of their own.
  • It is amazing!!! I have never gone to hiking before. This experience was incredible... you should make some wood stair to come down lol. But Just one thing. There were a lot of garbage. People should care more about the natural area. Other than that... amazing.
  • Awesome Conservation Area for capturing great photos. Can easily spend a couple of hours hiking around. Great look out over the city.