Tiffany Falls Conservation Area

Tiffany Falls Conservation Area

Tiffany Falls Conservation Area
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gordc100
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Oct. 2021
The view is best after a rain, which supplies the water.

The view is best after a rain, which supplies the water. The many waterfalls in Hamilton mountain exist from an expansive farm land behind the Niagara Escarpment.

The view is better after a rain, which supplies the water. The many water falls in Hamilton occur because of the topology ii
The view is best after a rain, which supplies water. Hamilton mountain sets on Niagara Escarpment. Behind it is a vast expanse of farm land. The collected rain water flows to the rim of escarpment and make up the many falls.



Written September 1, 2022
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391tcf
Canada82 contributions
Jun. 2022 • Friends
When you arrive, there is limited parking and the signs are confusing. Nothing is intuitive. On the other hand it said one needs to pay 11 Dollars, on the other hand, parking is just for an hour. From what we understand now, the 11 Dollars are for visiting the whole conservations area. The walk is super short and the falls are not that impressive in the summer.
Written July 4, 2022
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pramod J
Toronto, Canada157 contributions
Nov. 2021
Its a small walk from the road and dont expect it to be a great one... if you are on the way, you may visit the place. If not, you wont be missing anything great...!
Written November 29, 2021
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Antonette V
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Aug. 2021 • Family
This is my favourite waterfall in hamilton... it's like a 5-10 min walk to it. Dont expect a lot of water to be falling. You can stand under it and enjoy the water. There is a parking fee of $11 +tax a day but only allowed to park for 1 hour??? The machine does take debit, credit and apple pass. The stream is also available to get to and your young kids will love it.
Written August 9, 2021
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Explorer
Hamilton, Canada173 contributions
Jun. 2021 • Family
Easy to hike to see the beautiful waterfall. On-site parking available. Bit difficult to maintain social distance.
Written June 29, 2021
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OntarioTraveler9
Burlington, Canada442 contributions
Mar. 2021
This is the second time I visited the Tiffany Falls, and both times were a bit disappointed with the volume of water, although the most recent time was better than the first. I was hoping that the snow melt would boost the water volume. Despite that, it is still a nice waterfall to visit. The hike to it was not too long and quite easy. At the end, there was a platform where you can take all the photos that you wish. It has a small parking at the start of the trail that cost money to park. The coin slot was broken when I was there recently, and was forced to use my credit card.
Written April 25, 2021
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FRS
Toronto, Canada58 contributions
Oct. 2020 • Friends
Easy and well-maintained trail to the base of the beautiful Tiffany Falls. Great location for photos. Parking is limited so go early. By 10:00 am, most parking spots were taken. Parking costs $5. If you are looking for more of a challenging hike, across the street, there is the Tiffany side trail and the nearby Bruce trail. Tiffany Falls is just over 1 km from Sherman Falls, highly recommend a visit there as well while in the area.
Written October 10, 2020
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Michele G-W
London, Canada448 contributions
Aug. 2020 • Couples
Tiffany Falls is my favorite.
Parking is a nightmare. $5 like everywhere else but the lot is very small. The bylaw officer was handing out tickets to everyone not parked in an actual spot. We had to wait 10ish minutes for one to open up.
The path leading to the falls is 5-10mins and fairly easy. Ricks and bridges but very pretty. It's hard to social distance so we kept stopping for others coming out. The trail takes you to the bottom of the waterfall.
Written August 9, 2020
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Linda T
Dundas, Canada21 contributions
Oct. 2019
This is a lovely spot. The walk to the falls is relatively short and the falls are as pictured.
The down side is that parking is in high demand and rather limited.
It is a great hike. Remember that this is nature and wear the appropriate footwear and clothing. The falls are free but you do have to pay for parking.
Written January 12, 2020
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sheriffCarter
Vancouver, Canada375 contributions
Oct. 2019
It's a nice place to visit. I wouldn't probably call it breathtaking but it's a great stroll on a sunny or colder day with your family or someone else. Views are nice and the walk in the forest is nice as well. Oh, and don't forget to wear rubber boots it can get dirty and slippery in there..
Written December 29, 2019
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