Felkers Falls is a 22 metre ‘ribbon’ waterfall and falls in the middle of forested trails, river streams, knotted hills, and open hooded caves. Lucky are those who lives around this urban setting.
You can also enter Felkers from Quigley Road, and walk in to get to the falls. This is a more adventurous way to view as climb over rocks and mud. There is a clear pathway more or less so sounds a lot worse than it is. As well, you will pass by Lower Davis Falls. I didn't really get a good picture as there was no tripod and now I swear by them. You can't always rely on the steadiness of rock and the view finder doesn't always accurately depict the picture you'll get when you're back home looking at it on your computer.
This fall, normally rates high out of the top 16 waterfalls in Hamilton as far as accessibility and waterflow.
On a more serious note, there have been several accidents even recently where a young girl fell and was transported to nearby hospital. It’s been said many times safety first always.