Incredible Waterfall Hikes in Hamilton: Tiffany and Sherman Falls
Hamilton, Canada has stunning natural areas and even more gorgeous waterfalls. The other day, I explored Tiffany Falls and Sherman Falls for the first time.
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Hamilton is packed with great waterfalls and Washboard Falls is no exception. Located just upstream from Tiffany Falls, this waterfall is probably one of the hardest in the region to visit as the climb up the east side of Tiffany Falls is pretty rough. I don't think the climb will stop me from returning though, it will just take a little extra planning!
Hiking The Bruce Trail: Limehouse, Devil's Pulpit and Rattlesnake Point
Hiking the Bruce Trail in Ontario: Limehouse, Devil's Pulpit and Rattlesnake Point. This is the oldest and longest marked trail in Canada.
Chert in Southern Ontario: Its Use in Tools, Millstones and as a Building Stone
Chert is composed of microcrystalline quartz and has had two main uses: it was used by aboriginal peoples for tools and projectiles; and it has been used as a building stone.
Free Concerts at Local Galleries
Starting again this November, the Gallery Series is back to present stimulating 60-minute concerts, giving you the opportunity to experience the beauty of chamber music in a unique and intimate setting. The HPO partners with some of your favourite art galleries in
Swim Guide — Lake Ontario Waterkeeper
Lake Ontario Waterkeeper, a Swim Drink Fish initiative, is a Canadian water charity working to protect Lake Ontario and the Great Lakes. Through our network of supporters, we work to strengthen Canada's connection to its waterways, and bring us closer to a swimmable, drinkable, fishable future.