Tews Falls, Lower
by Mark Harris. Online since 1999. In print ©2003, ©2011.

   Thanks to Steve Jones for this picture!  

   About this Waterfall
Rating: 2/5  Size: Small Access: Difficult Type: Plunge

Waterfall Region: Hamilton    County: Hamilton    Near: Dundas

Watercourse: Logies Creek   Latitude, Longitude: 43.2782, -79.9768

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Lower Tews Falls is a “Twin Curtain” waterfall with a total height of 3.7 metres (12 ft.) and a crest width of 6.7 m (22 ft.). It is located on Logie’s Creek downstream of Tews Falls and just before it joins with Spencer Creek. To reach Lower Tews Falls, the easiest way is to park on the east shoulder of Woodley Lane just off King St. (on the way to the Dundas Golf Club). Then walk along the shoulder of King St. under the railway bridge and up the former driveway to the former Dundas railway station. The third trail on the left side (past where the station used to be located) will take you to Lower Tews Falls without having to cross any creek. This waterfall is not widely known as it used to be difficult to reach it, however this trail is becoming well worn making access much easier. (*Thanks to Joseph Hollick for writing this description*)  (updated June 20, 2014).

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