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Chedoke Falls
Location Hamilton, Ontario
Type Ribbon
Total height 15.5 m (51 ft)
Total width 2 m (6.6 ft)
Watercourse Chedoke Creek
Chedoke Falls Lower
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Lower falls of the Chedoke Creek in Hamilton, Ontario Canada

Chedoke Falls is 15.5 metre urban ribbon waterfall found atop the Niagara Escarpment in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

The watercourse is the Chedoke Creek, an urban creek that runs through the west end of Hamilton and crosses the Bruce Trail and the Radial Trail. Denlow Falls can be found nearby just east of Chedoke Falls. Chedoke Falls sits at the mouth of the Siwel Valley.

Nearby attractions include the Bruce Trail, the Canadian Football Hall of Fame Museum, and the FirstOntario Center.

Lower Chedoke Falls is an irregular curtain waterfall found a few hundred metres north of the main Chedoke Falls. It is 16-metres in height and 31-metres wide.


Chedoke Falls is off-limits to the public. There are No Trespassing signs advising of a $5000.00 fine for bypassing the fence into the ravine.

Above the falls is a residential area. Below the gorge is a golf course. There is also a limited view of the falls from Scenic Drive.

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