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It was overgrown and impassible. I walked down about 800m from where the trail starts and gave up. The trail is really poorly maintained.

waterfall dried up :(

FUNNN

hiking
5 days ago

River Trail and Boulder Trail are a must see! So is Whirlpool Trail leading through rocks. Be prepared for solid climbing but also amazing views you've never seen before.

Beautiful trail but waterfall has dried up

Great trail. Some parts allows for an easy option and a moderate option. Moderate option provided lots of different elevations and terrains. Decent look out views, buildings in the distance we're visible from top of cliffs

Gps took you to a golf course, there is a small pathway that leads you up the trail but you can park on the side of the road. Otherwise you can start from hilton falls, if you don't want to hike through hilton falls trails again in order to reach this trail, after parking, walk directly to the east, following the hydro lines. The footpath leads you directly to the start of the trail,rather than looping around the reservoir to find the trail starting point. There are no trespassing signs along the way but don't worry it doesn't apply to people simply hiking the trail.

Nice hike. We started at Whirlpool State Park instead of Devil's Hole for the hike down into the gorge. Near the end of the trail just a bit upriver of the whirlpool, you can walk down on the big flat sections of rock for awesome views of the Niagara River. Great place to sit and enjoy a break while watching and listening to the huge rapids. If you are there at the right time, you might get to watch the jet boats take folks up and down the rapids (kind of noisy, but also kind of fun to watch).

This was an awesome hike! The moderate rating was accurate. There are staircases at both the Devil’s Hole State Park and The Whirlpool State Park. Devil’s Hole to Whirlpool is a one mile hike. Once you get towards the Whirlpool sections, you can go on the rocks and get extremely close to the Niagara River. Amazing views!

walking
16 days ago

Easy trail with nice forest path to the falls. Took about 30-40 minutes to reach the falls with frequent stops and leisurely walk. When you reach the falls, there is a wooden stairs to go down and take nice photos. Its a family friendly hike!

Great falls and exiting experience

To echo everyone else, the trail, the scenery in the gorge, the entire experience was awesome!!

hiking
24 days ago

Lots of fun.

Great trail for a family walk.

all trails gps took me to granite golf course not what I was expecting at all. found myself a side trail entrance which wasn't anything much just a 1/2 loop that took you back to the road. all trails really needs better coordinates for these trails

Incredible view and landscape! You can climb over the fence and look over but be extremely cautious! Police may come and in that case just climb back over the fence and walk away and don't look back.

Very nice trail, great view, but lots of lazy idiots littering on the trail. You will find lots of dog poop bags, bottles, and other plastic along the trail; especially near the road areas. The park doesn't put any recycling bins or garbage bins along the trail. It's a real shame....

Beautiful view at the bottom of the waterfall. Trail was tricky in parts as there have been some recent washouts. Overall, well worth it!

You can go on top of the cliff it’s risky but view is worth it !

The view was incredible!!!! Three waterfalls were amazing to see. The only downside is the signs. Not enough signs for guidance.

Great trail, the farther away from the entrance you go the quieter and less busy it gets. It’s nice that once you’re in far enough you can’t hear the highway anymore either.

Gorgeous! Neat way to view the beauty of the Niagara Gorge. Good advice to wear proper shoes to enjoy the rocky terrain. Fun to watch the whirlpool jet boats go by!

Way to many people. My fault for venturing out on a Sunday so close to the city.
1st time in Rattlesnake Point.
Meh..
Love the BTC though!

Nice to spend an afternoon there!

can't download maps though I am a member

Tried in the weekend and no access available. I get that it can be frustrating for residents to have many people coming and going but I'm pretty sure a better solution could have been found. Closest parking is at the Christie Lake conservation area, which is really far and $20 bucks (!!!) for a group of 2.

It was great. I took two kids with me, and they had a ton of fun. The whole trip was about 4km walking. I definitely agree with parking at Tiffany falls and working your way to Sherman Falls.

Good hike but you get yelled at through a speaker to turn around when you get close the the falls

awesome beautiful hike

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