Tiffany Falls in Hamilton Ontario is one of those spots. A fantastic place to visit in all season, even late winter. Last year in the Fall, Margaret and I hiked to Tiffany Falls Conservation Area and experienced the beautiful area first hand. You can check out my blog post from the Fall here.
|Entrance to Tiffany Falls Conservation Area Trail|
|Great Signage for the Side Trail|
|Well maintained bridges help get to the Falls|
I was curious what it would look like during the late winter. The particular weekend we hiked to the falls we were surprised to see ice climbers practicing rappelling and climbing the ice that surrounded the cascade.
|A little bit of green from the white pine|
|Wide angle photo of the Niagara Escarpment|
|Looking up to the edge of the Escarpment|
|Margaret getting cold on the trail|
|Some colour left over from last year|
|Mission Accomplished - reached the Falls|
|Ice climber getting climbing gear ready|
|Ice climbers at the bottom of Tiffany Falls|
There are so many activities outside that can be done in the Hamilton Area. From the Dundas Valley Conservation Area close by, to the Bruce Trail, and many more waterfalls to explore in the local area.
Check out some of the links below for more great information and photos of the Falls.
Dundas Valley Conservation Area
Waterfalls of Ontario
Hamilton Conservation Authority
Coordinates: 43° 14’ 22” N 79° 57’ 31” W
UTM 17N 584553.13 E 4787932.69 N