|Total height||41 m (135 ft)|
|Total width||9 m (30 ft)|
Tews Falls, is a 41 metre ribbon waterfall (only a few metres shorter than Niagara Falls), and is the tallest waterfall found in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Located at the Spencer Gorge / Webster's Falls Conservation Area in Greensville, its source is Logie's Creek. It is a 20-minute walk along municipal roads away from Webster's Falls. Also known as Hopkin's Falls and Tunis's Falls. Best viewed in the springtime as it tends to dry up in the summer months.
Nearby attractions include the Bruce Trail, Dundas Peak, Crooks Hollow Conservation Area, Christie Lake Conservation Area, Carnegie Gallery in downtown Dundas. There is a picnic area and bathroom facilities located at Christie Lake Conservation Area.
In Hamilton, take Main Street West past McMaster University and straight into Dundas. Take it straight past the library and up the hill. Continue straight through a Y-junction of sorts and then turn right on Harvest Rd. There are signs pointing in the direction of the falls. The parking lot is on the right-hand side of the road.
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- Bruce Trail (www.brucetrail.org)
- Hamilton- "The Waterfall Capital of the World" (www.cityofwaterfalls.ca)
- Vintage Postcards: Waterfalls in and around Hamilton, Ontario
- Hamilton Waterfall Map PDF. (http://map.hamilton.ca)
- Map: Hamilton Waterfalls (www.hamiltonnature.org)
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