Bruce Trail -- Hilton Falls Conservation Area and Philip Gosling Side Trail

This afternoon I went out to the Hilton Falls Conservation Area just of Guelph Line North. Near the beginning of this trail, is a marker to commemorate the beginning of the Bruce Trail and a reminder sign about the rules of the trail....
The bridge at the beginning of the trail was a little weather worn in one spot. Later there was a style to climb up and over. It came in handy as a tripod...
I was enjoying walking on this nice wide easy trail -- then the markers said to turn left down this one....
In the woods, there is this pothole that was created by the glacier melt....
At the end of the trail are the Falls. At one point there was a water wheel here but the only remains are the arc from the bottom. The falls were "turned off" when I first got there but suddenly the water started to come over. Some boys came down and were running under them. One of the boys said the turned the falls on by opening a damn up above.

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