The portion of the Bruce Trail that runs
north from Sydenham St. in Dundas leads to three waterfalls, the Upper,
Middle, and Lower Sydenham Falls. From Dundas, take Sydenham St. north,
and you will find access to the Bruce Trail just past Crowley Crt. A
short way down the trail is a railway overpass and the Lower Sydenham
Falls is beneath it. As you follow the trail upwards, you will come to some wooden
steps. The Middle Sydenham Falls is off to your right. It is a bit
difficult to get down to. At the top of the stairs,
turn right and you will head towards the Upper Sydenham Falls.
Directions from Hwy 403: From Hwy 403 take the Hwy 6 N (Guelph)
exit and travel approximately 3 km to Hwy 5 E. (Dundas St. E.). Turn
left on Hwy 5 E. and then turn left onto Sydenham Rd. At the bottom of
the Escarpment, turn right onto Livingstone Dr. and park on the side of
the road in front of Cascades Park. Follow the Bruce Trail at the
north-end of the park to the old railway bridge. The waterfall is under
the old railway bridge.
To reach it from the QEW, take Centennial Parkway, turn left onto King
St. E, then turn right onto Mountain Ave. S. Follow it to the end. The
Bruce Trail begins at the very end of this road. Follow the Bruce Trail
to Lower Punchbowl Falls.
So I had heard that the water flow was good at the Devil's Punchbowl so we thought we would go check it out. We had never been to the bottom of Lower Punchbowl Falls , this was our fisrt time . But we did not make it far as the trail was very icy. We would like to try to go back when trail is less icy.
To reach the Devil’s Punchbowl by car, exit from the
QEW onto Centennial Parkway South. Go up the escarpment until you reach
Green Mountain Road, then turn left. Go left again on First Road East,
and follow the signs.
To reach the Devil’s Punchbowl via a walking trail, take the Stoney Creek section of the Bruce Trail or the Dofasco 2000 Trail.
We drove to the parking lot and walked and checked out the Devil’s Punchbowl we think that this is the most water flow we have seen as we usually go in the warmer weather and there is no water than. You can luck out from the winter and after rain.
Billy Green is on Centennial Parkway it has a wider shoulder to park your car at but becareful as it is a busy area.
This waterfall had a great flow to it.
Also a nice mist was coming off of it.
First time being here.
Billy Green Falls is located on the west side of Centennial Parkway at
the second ravine on the right side when driving up the Niagara
Escarpment. It can be seen from the roadway and is one waterfall that is
viewed by many, yet most of them have no idea as to its name.