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Conservation authority waterfalls are still closed

Hamilton Conservation Authority waterfall and escarpment areas will remain closed until further notice. These areas pose a particular difficulty for physical distancing as their natural features and limitations mean that the trail systems are narrow and there are natural gathering areas such as lookouts and trailhead entrances. A date has not been set for their opening. 

The areas that remain closed include:

•             Crooks Hollow

•             Spencer Gorge

•             Dundas Peak

•             Spencer Adventure Trail

•             Tew Falls

•             Webster Falls

•             Tiffany Falls

•             Devil’s Punchbowl

In addition Albion Falls, a city waterfall, is also closed.

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