Erland Falls

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Erland Falls
LocationHamilton, Ontario
TypeWashboard Ribbon Cascade
Total height13 m (43 ft)
Total width1.8 m (5.9 ft)
WatercourseTiffany tributary

Erland Falls is a 13-metre-high (43 ft) washboard ribbon cascade waterfall found on Canadian National Railway property in Stoney Creek, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.[1]

It was named after Erland Lee, co-founder of the Women's Institutes.

Nearby attractions include the Bruce Trail, Dofasco 2000 Trail, Battlefield House Museum, Devil's Punch Bowl, Devil's Punch Bowl Conservation Area, Erland Lee Museum.[2]


Inaccessible without permission from the owner. Just a few metres west of Dewitt Falls.


  1. ^ "Hamilton Naturalist's Club: Protecting Nature since 1919". ( Retrieved 2008-08-06.
  2. ^ Hamilton Waterfalls and Cascades: Research & Inventory Report, 2nd Edition. Hamilton Conservation Authority. November 2007.

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