Albion Falls is one of the largest and most fascinating waterfalls that you can see within the scenic area of the Canadian province of Ontario. Albion is a waterfall situated in southern part of the King's Forest Park, Albion was formed in the valley of Red Hill, which is actually its source.
Albion Falls is an incredibly beautiful waterfall with its attractive drip cascades follows the flow of the Red Hill river, its upper part falls on Mud Street and the bottom reaches the lower areas of Hamilton.
With its height of 19 meters and 10 meters width at the crest, Albion Falls is one of the most amazing in the eastern part of Hamilton. Previously, the natural entity was considered a major source of water throughout the Canadian region of Hamilton. Today, its waters are enjoyed year-round and are among the most preferred for tourist visits.
In 2005 and 2006, the leadership of Hamilton city decided to build two viewing platforms, the implementation of which cost about $ 350, 000. Some of the rocks of the natural phenomenon were used in the construction of the Royal Botanical Gardens' Rock Garden. Land on which the waterfall stands, was once known as the Village of Mount Albion.
The immense beauty of the waterfall Albion over the past 200 years has sparked numerous tragedies that have taken place here. Most of these are love stories ended with a fatal fall, which have been forgotten, but many still remember and tell tragic tales of suicide by girls with unrequited love.
The main cascades of Albion are two, but the water flows slowly and quietly, forming a magnificent view that can be contemplated for hours. An excellent place to monitor Albion Falls was built in the upper part of the Mud Street. The route to the bottom of Albion Falls is a real challenge.
Of course, there are other options to reach the lower parts of the waterfall, like the west coast of the river. There are several parking lots where you can leave your car and walk to the base of Albion.