Guided Hike Program:

Check out our fun, guided interpretive hikes in the Dundas Valley, Albion Falls and Crawford Lake! Part of Conservation Ontario’s Healthy Hikes Program.

Bruce Duncan Memorial Lecture Series:

Monthly lectures in the fall, winter and early spring touch on relevant topics to the Niagara Escarpment.

Artist of the Month:

This month we feature works from photographer Mark Williams, the Greenbelt Guy.


Guided Hike Program

Guided Hike Program

Lecture Series

Lecture Series

Artist of the Month

Artist of the Month

Waterfall of the Month

Heritage Green Falls

November 2014 Heritage Green Falls

This waterfall is located on a small ravine which originates from the Heritage Green Sports Park and flows into Davis Creek, about half way between Little Davis Falls and Felker’s Falls in the Felker’s Falls Conservation Area. An unique feature of this waterfall is that it actually consists of two separate waterfalls, the larger falls as described above and a small falls on the left side which originates from a small opening in the rock face, similar to a karst feature.

Location:

East Hamilton on Davis Creek

Specs:

A ribbon cascade type falls with a height of approximately 12.2 m. (40 ft) and a crest width of 1.8 m (6 ft.).

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