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Borer's Falls Conservation Area

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Borer’s Falls Conservation Area is home to Borer’s Creek, which flows over the Niagara Escarpment in an impressive 15 m plunge. The falls are also known as Rock Chapel falls: the impressive force provided power for the Rock Chapel Village Sawmill which was run by the Borer family for over a century. Today, these falls are fast-flowing in the spring and form stunning ice formations in the winter. In fact, this is a very popular ice climbing destination! It is also a popular spot to walk with your four-legged friend. The 4.5 km of well-maintained trails offer beautiful views of the city of Hamilton and surrounding land. There is wheelchair access to the Bruce South Trail and ideal picnicking spots along the way.

Current Weather

18° degrees celsius.
Partly cloudy throughout the day.

Watersheds

Lake Ontario

Treaties

Treaty 3, 1792

Languages

Anishinaabe

Address

491 York Rd, Dundas, ON L9H 5Z9

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