Devils punchbowl waterfall, Ontario. This section of the Bruce Trail is near Stoney Creek with great views of Lake Ontario in the distance.

Devil's Punch Bowl is a ribbon waterfall on the Niagara Escarpment, in the Stoney Creek community of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Days Out Ontario | Sherman Falls, Hamilton, Ontario

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Devil's Punch Bowl in Mid Spring. There are over 100 waterfalls in Hamilton Ontario!

Devil's Punch Bowl (Hamilton – The City of Waterfalls) 5 road trips from Toronto…

Tew Falls, 41 metre ribbon waterfall, only a few metres shorter than Niagara Falls, and is the tallest waterfall found in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Tew Falls, 41 metre ribbon waterfall, only a few metres shorter than Niagara Falls, and is the tallest waterfall found in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Photo Contest 2012 | Bruce Trail - Great Falls Waterdown

Top secion of falls and cascades of Dark Hollow Falls, Shenandoa national Park, Virginia

Progreston Falls: Ontario Waterfalls  From Highway 403 Hamilton, take Highway 6 north 11.5 km (7 miles) to Eighth Concession Rd. E. Proceed 2.8 km (1.6 miles) and take a left at Center Rd. After 0.9 km (0.5 miles), take a right on Progreston Rd and proceed 1.4 km (0.8 miles until the road takes a sharp bend by a railway bridge. The falls is under the bridge. Although there are a lot of man made structures around this falls, it still has charm.

Progreston Falls: Ontario Waterfalls From Highway 403 Hamilton, take Highway 6 north 11.5 km (7 miles) to Eighth Concession Rd. E. Proceed 2.8 km (1.6 miles) and take a left at Center Rd. After 0.9 km (0.5 miles), take a right on Progreston Rd and proceed 1.4 km (0.8 miles until the road takes a sharp bend by a railway bridge. The falls is under the bridge. Although there are a lot of man made structures around this falls, it still has charm.

Hamilton Ontario Canada is the waterfall capital of the world with over 100 waterfalls in the area. In winter a group of volunteers put spot lights on them. This is Smokey Hollow outside Waterdown. Feb 2014. By Jill Jones

Hamilton Ontario Canada is the waterfall capital of the world with over 100 waterfalls in the area. In winter a group of volunteers put spot lights on them. This is Smokey Hollow outside Waterdown. Feb By Jill Jones

Buttermilk Falls is a 23 metre high plunge waterfall found below Oak Knoll Park (adjacent to King's Forest Park, Mountain Brow Boulevard and Limeridge Road East) in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Best viewed after a major rain storm. From this location you get a stunning view of the Red Hill Valley. Nearby attractions include the Albion Falls, Escarpment Rail Trail, Felker's Falls, scenic views of Hamilton & theChippawa Rail Trail.

Buttermilk_Falls -- Location Hamilton, Ontario Coordinates Type Plunge Total height 23 m ft) Total width 8 m ft) Watercourse Red Hill Creek CANADA

James Falls (also called Read Baker's Falls) in Waterdown section of Hamilton

James Falls (also called Read Baker's Falls) in Waterdown section of Hamilton

Great Falls, also known as Grindstone Falls, has a height of 10m or 33 feet, and a crest width of 5m or 16 feet. It is located on the Grindstone Creek in Waterdown section of Hamilton just off Mill Street, and has year round flow. A viewing platform has been built beside the waterfall as well as a parking lot. This area, known as Smokey Hollow, was once heavily industrial, as the Grindstone Creek was a power source for a sawmill at the base of Great Falls, as well as other mills that…

Great Falls, also known as Grindstone Falls, has a height of or 33 feet, and a crest width of or 16 feet. It is located on the Grindstone Creek in Waterdown section of Hamilton just off Mill Street, and has year round flow.

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