Dundas Peak via Bruce Trail and BT Side Trail

MODERATE 82 reviews

Dundas Peak via Bruce Trail and BT Side Trail is a 2.9 kilometer heavily trafficked loop trail located near Bullocks Corners, Ontario, Canada that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from May until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

2.9 km
71 m

dogs on leash


road biking

trail running


bird watching





Part of the Spencer Gorge Conservation Area and maintained by the Hamilton Conservation Authority, Dundas Peak Trail is a popular trail through a forested area with waterfalls and beautiful views. The trailhead is at the end of Falls View Road off of Harvest Road. This trail offers two waterfalls, Tews Falls, and Webster's Falls, and a beautiful peak that looks out to Hamilton. The walk to Dundas peak is really beautiful through the forest. This is a busy hiking trail and the parking area is small. There is a $10 parking fee per vehicle and $5 entrance fee per person. On the weekends you may need to use the shuttle service.

2 months ago

Love this trail. Great for all ages, just be careful with young children since it's on the edge of the escarpment. Beautiful views all the way through, starts with a loud waterfall and ends with a birds eye view of Dundas Valley. There are a couple side trails and are definitely worth taking if you have the time. Take caution during winter and after rainfalls as it can get muddy and slippery! As long as you're aware of your surroundings and being safe you will make it home happy and smiling.

2 months ago

This is a nice trail, very scenic with views of Tews falls, unfortunately the trail to Webster's falls has been cut off.

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6 months ago

Have to start at Tews Falls parking lot and not Webster’s Falls. The trail between Webster’s Falls and Tews Falls is closed. Otherwise great hike.

7 months ago

This is a beautiful scenic trail! The view from the Peak is definitely worth seeing and a great place to stop and rest before turning back towards Tew’s Falls. The trail is not too challenging and offers some amazing scenery and views! Best to go mid week as it can get busy on the weekends!

7 months ago


7 months ago

Nice Walk in the forest and some good views, but very busy and next to civilization

7 months ago

I would rate this as an easy trail not a moderate, but plenty of good views! A nice stroll

8 months ago

Great in the fall!

8 months ago

Parked at tews falls, has the biggest parking lot. Great hike with mild elevation. Can be very busy so avoid weekend afternoons.

11 months ago

Great walk for everyone, make sure to go when it’s not too hot out otherwise the falls will be dried

Thursday, November 09, 2017

It is rated moderate but it is as easy as it gets.

Sunday, October 29, 2017

There is very little hiking on this trail. You have to pay for parking and a shuttle to get to the falls.

Monday, September 25, 2017

Beautiful views however very busy! There’s a lot of secondary trails that are a bit quieter. Definitely suggest going on a week day if possible

Saturday, September 16, 2017

A nice trail with views of Dundas valley. Quite attractive in the fall, but be aware that the trail can be quite muddy if it has rained. Please return to your vehicle with the garbage you bring!

Saturday, August 12, 2017

Great hike to bring your dog on. Challenging enough to work up a sweat. The Tews falls are beautiful, and we are looking forward to seeing them again in the Fall. Walk to Dundas peak is really beautiful through the forest. Only downside is it's quite busy on weekends and you have to either park and shuttle in, or pay a local to park in their driveway.

Monday, August 07, 2017

Busy busy busy. The whole school bus experience takes a bit out of the experience. Otherwise the falls are nice. Could do with trimming back to allow better views. There is no longer a trail between the the two falls cause the locals raised a stink. Too bad for us nature lovers...

Sunday, August 06, 2017

It was a fun and relatively leisurely hike.

Monday, July 24, 2017

Entry fee is a bit much, but the view is beautiful

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Pretty busy usually, otherwise nice trail and views.

Monday, July 17, 2017

this one is only fun if you hop the fence and do some scrambling. Also important to note that it's a 5$ entry fee per person

Sunday, July 02, 2017

Trail was beautiful, once we got on it had no complaints. part of it was blocked off because of a fence as it was someone's back yard. Also no place to park, so be prepared to shuttle to trail beginning as walking on road is a bit sketch.

Sunday, April 30, 2017

Great short hike with a few steep inclines and declines. The views from Dundas Peak are stunning. Tews Falls is breathtaking. Tip: For those who want a shorter version of the hike start from Tews Falls and hike to Dundas Peak look out and back.

Monday, April 17, 2017

Little busy but views are amazing and the forested areas are sublime!

Sunday, April 16, 2017

Good trail, falls are spectacular.

Thursday, February 02, 2017

Went in late October. The fall colours were beautiful but the trail was VERY crowded. Also, a section of the loop was closed because it's on private land.

Sunday, October 23, 2016

Great trail and views. Don't go on a Sunday. Hoards of people don't allow for much enjoyment.

Monday, October 17, 2016

Great hiking trail along Webster's falls, Tews falls, and dundas peak. There were plenty lookout points hiking up dundas peak.

Monday, September 19, 2016

Good experience hiking around the Tews Falls, Webster Falls and Dundas Peak. The route however from Webster Falls to Tew Falls has been closed permanently, because a portion of the trail is on private land, and the owner has revoked access to the public - so we had to drive to the other trail. It cost $10 for parking, and $5 per person ($20 in total for me) but this did include admission to Tews Falls, Webster Falls and Christie Lake. The trails are not well tagged, and we did end up going too far off the course - thank goodness for google maps.

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