I went hiking in Hamilton for the first time with my friends two weeks ago. We spent the entire day there and encountered four different waterfalls. Here’s a little photo diary of our trip.
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We went to Webster Falls first. In my opinion it was the most breathtaking one, but I couldn’t get any good pictures.
We then went to Dundas Peak and took some pretty awesome shots. Sitting on the edge of that rock is probably one of the most terrifying things I’ve ever done in my life, but it was so worth it. The view was incredible!
We also checked out Tew Falls, which was a beautiful sight.
We got lost trying to find Chedoke Falls, and we ended up following a father and his two kids to the falls (with their permission). On the way, we passed Lower Chedoke Falls. It was a long hike and by far the most difficult one, but it was totally worth it. I’d do this hike again in a heartbeat!
We went to the Chicago Style Pizza Shack for dinner and got the No Self Respect pizza, which was all meat. It was amazing.
We were thinking of also checking out Albion Falls, but we were exhausted by the evening and we just wanted to get pizza and go home. I wore my gym shoes and they were pretty dirty and wet by the end of the day. I scrubbed them clean the day after though, so it’s all good now.
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