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Albion Falls, Hamilton

Beautiful picturesque 19-m. cascade waterfall in Hamilton’s east end.

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Albion Falls is one of the largest of the many waterfalls in Hamilton. The waterfall is composed of two very steep ramp class falls.

For the closest walk, park at the Mountain Brow Blvd parking lot, steps to the viewing platform.

You can view the falls from a couple of lookouts. It is visible from two viewing platforms

Reccomended trail:

Oak Knoll Park parking lot, Mountain Brow Boulevard

Start at Buttermilk Falls. Take the Mountain Brow Side Trail towards Albion Falls. Here, you will find two lookouts, benches and interpretive displays about the falls and area’s natural and cultural heritage. 

Along the Way:

  • Albion Falls
    King’s Forest Park
    Buttermilk Falls
    Red Hill Valley Trail
    Glendale Falls
    Bruce Trail

Also, nearby attractions include the Devil's Punch Bowl, Felker's Falls, Confederation Park (via Red Hill Trail), Mohawk 4 Ice Centre at Mohawk Sports Park, scenic views of lower Hamilton, King's Forest Golf Course and Park, Gage Park and Hamilton Children's Museum.


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Practice "LEAVE NO TRACE"

Know the regulations and special concerns for the area you'll visit, leave what you find, respect nature, enviroment and wildlife!

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