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Little Davis Falls

Little Davis Falls
Little Davis Falls. Photo by Ralf Nowak. Click to enlarge
Little Davis Falls
Little Davis Falls in spring. Photo by Joe Hollick. Click to enlarge

Little Davis Falls is located on a branch of the Red Hill Creek called Davis Creek, and experiences year-round flow. It is 3 metres (10 feet) tall and has a crest width of 5.5 metres (18 feet), although the crest has been known to widen to 8 metres. It is considered a Twin Curtain Falls. Its GPS coordinates are 17T 0598379 4784487.

History

Little Davis Falls was first brought to the Hamilton Waterfall Group's attention by Ray Love, who has it listed on his website.

To the right is a photo of Elizabeth Berestecki and Jody Tait of the Hamilton Conservation Authority at Little Davis Falls.  Elizabeth is a member of the Felker family and the alternate name of this waterfall is Lower Felker's Falls. She is holding the GPS unit to check the coordinates of the waterfall for the HCA.

Little Davis Falls is featured on the poster "Waterfalls of Hamilton Spring" with both Elizabeth and Jody in the picture.

How to get there

Little Davis Creek is located downstream of Felker's Falls but reaching it from Felker's Falls is difficult. It is easier to take King St. East exit off the Red Hill Valley Parkway and follow King St. to Quigley Rd. Turn right onto Quigley Rd. and follow it to the end. Walk past the end of Quigley Rd. onto parkland, turn right and Little Davis Falls is there.

 

 

 

Little Davis Falls Photo Gallery

Little Davis Falls
Little Davis Falls. Photo by David Piano. Click to enlarge.
Little Davis Falls
Little Davis Falls. Photo by David Piano. Click to enlarge.
Little Davis Falls
Little Davis Falls. Photo by Ralf Nowak. Click to enlarge
Little Davis Falls
Little Davis Falls. Photo by Ralf Nowak. Click to enlarge
Little Davis Falls
Doing GPS at Little Davis Falls. Photo by Joe Hollick. Click to enlarge
Little Davis Falls
Little Davis Falls in winter. Photo by Joe Hollick. Click to enlarge
Little Davis Falls
Little Davis Falls. Photo by David Wootton. Click to enlarge
Little Davis Falls
Little Davis Falls. Photo by David Wootton. Click to enlarge
Little Davis Falls
Little Davis Falls. Photo by Chris Ecklund. Click to enlarge.
Little Davis Falls
Little Davis Falls. Photo by Chris Ecklund. Click to enlarge.
Little Davis Falls
Little Davis Falls. Photo by Chris Ecklund. Click to enlarge.

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