I took these pictures while hiking at the Hilton Falls Conservation Area near Milton, Ontario, Canada in May, 2005.
Hilton Falls is a 10-metre high waterfall:
The waterfall is fed by a tributary of Sixteen Mile Creek:
Nearby the waterfall lies the remains of an old 19th-century sawmill:
A small cave is between the waterfall and the raceway arch:
This geological pothole was formed 12,000 to 14,000 years ago by loose stones being spun around by water from a melting glacier:
The forest around Hilton Falls is dotted with white trilliums and other wildflowers: