Devil's Punch Bowl is a 37-metre ribbon waterfall on the Niagara Escarpment, in the Stoney Creek community of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. It is found in the Devil's Punchbowl Conservation Area, maintained by the Hamilton Conservation Authority, and features an escarpment access trail with connections to a recently improved section of the Bruce Trail. Stoney Creek's Dofasco 2000 Trail is nearby. The Punch Bowl is also known as Horseshoe Falls for the distinctive shape of the cliff-face, in which somewhat resembles its much larger cousin.
In addition to the 800 km-long Bruce Trail, nearby attractions include the historic Battlefield House Museum and Nash-Jackson House; on Lake Ontario, Fifty Point Conservation Area and Confederation Park; and Mohawk Sports Park and the Hamilton Museum of Steam & Technology in the city proper. There's also a convenience store, restaurant, motel, gas station and retail stores nearby.
Today it has become a famous landmark amongst geologists worldwide because of its exposed rock strata.The stratigraphy of the Punch Bowl has been studied by geologists, including McMaster University
students.From the top of the escarpment a beautiful view of various locations can be seen such as; East Hamilton, Burlington
, Stoney Creek and weather permitting, the Toronto
sky line can become visible as well.