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Explore the Niagara Escarpment, a UNESCO designated biosphere reserve and one of the most spectacular features of Ontario's geography. Touted as the "City of Waterfalls", Hamilton and it's surrounding areas with over 60 waterfalls and cascades hold a special place in the character of the escarpment. Join us as we explore two of the more stunning of these falls. In the Spencer Gorge area, above the town of Dundas, we'll visit the 41 metre high Tews Falls (only a few metres shy of Niagara!) and Webster's Falls, the largest in the region. Accessed from the historic Bruce trail, the Spencer Gorge area will amaze you with its natural beauty along the trails and breathtaking views from the top.



Rate $45.00/person (plus HST)

Trip Dates:
April 23rd 2016

Time: 9:00am to 1:00pm

Trip Details:
Trip Length: 4 Hours
Trip Type: Loop Hike
Total Distance Traveled: 5km (approximately)
Skill Level: Beginner (no experience required, all welcome)

Sample Itinerary
9:00am Meet at the Parking Lot (directions mailed to you upon registration) and be introduced to your guide
9:15am After a brief group introduction, we'll begin our tour on te top of the escarpment
11:30am After touring several viewpoints and waterfalls, we'll break for a snack beside a rush creek
1:00pm Return to our vehicles

How to Register:
To Register for this program, please click on the REGISTER NOW button below and provide us with your preferred date and contact information.


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