Explore Ancaster’s Falls with us (French guided walk) July 22, 10 a.m.

FOLLOW THE GUIDES! A French walk organized by Centre français Hamilton

Hamilton is proud of its falls!  On July 22, we organize a French walk to discover Sherman and Tiffany falls in Ancaster, on the edge of Hamilton, led by two cool bilingual gals: Marie-France Lefort, local resident and passionate nature lover, and Nathalie Prézeau, author of four well known guides on Toronto and surroundings, currently working with Centre français (and its partner Hamilton, Halton, Brant Tourism Association) a project for a French Hamilton guide. To reserve, contact us at torontofunplaces@gmail.com.


    • When: Saturday July 22, 2017, at 10 a.m.
    • Where: Sherman Falls & Tiffany Falls in Ancaster (contact us to get the meeting point and parking tips)
    • Who: Anyone who contacted us to register and get the meeting point. Well supervised children 6 years and older are welcome. We are dog lovers but will have to ask you to leave Fido at home for this outing.
    • How long: Approx. 4-km walk, with some time to admire the falls, take pictures, etc. Keeners will be able to walk further into the trail to visit Canterbury Falls (we will provide tips to do so).
    • Suggested equipment:
      – Hat
      – At least half a litre of water perpersonne.  More if the weather is very warm.
      – A little rain jacket (just in case)
      – Walking boots or non-slippery running shoes
      – A credit card to pay for the parking (unless you are a member of Hamilton Conservation Authority)
      – Your camera or smart phone
    • Weather: We will walk, rain or shine, but will cancel if there are storm or tornadoe warnings. Watch the weather report.
    • You deserve a treat! Following the walk, we suggest you stop at Caniche for lunch or The Purple Pony for an ice-cream cone, both located in the quaint “downtown” of Ancaster.

Au plaisir de vous voir!

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