Websters Falls (or Webster’s Falls) is a 22m high 24m wide waterfall that could be the most famous and most visited waterfall in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
Felkers Falls (or Felker’s Falls) is a 20m two-tiered waterfall on East Red Hill Creek viewed precariously from a trail in a residential suburb of Hamilton.
Tews Falls is a 41m plunge waterfall on Logie’s Creek easily seen from a lookout after a five-minute walk from its closest car park in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Borer’s Falls is a 15m waterfall on Borer’s Creek seen from a lookout after a walk along Rock Chapel Road in Dundas, a suburb of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
Albion Falls is a 19m high 18m wide waterfall with a rippling characteristic that makes us think that it’s the prettiest waterfall in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
Devil’s Punchbowl Falls is 37m seasonal plunge waterfall dropping into a semi-circular gorge with a lookout towards both the falls and Hamilton, Ontario, Canada