The hike in to Webster’s falls can be quite challenging at times. Although the distance from where we parked is only about 4km, I’m surprised that we actually made it to Webster’s falls without any accidents and we did it in pretty good time. It’s over rough, rocky terrain and sections of the trail are along a steep drop off. The day that Andy, Dave and I decided to go we also had the additional challenge of dealing with a very wet trail that was covered in mud. As we spent a lot of time walking over and between rocks and tree roots, it was all we could do to keep from getting injured.
This location is one of my favourite waterfall hiking areas in the Hamilton region and is well worth visiting multiple times throughout the year. Just be sure to go prepared with rugged footwear and a walking pole or two can also come in handy.