Oddly enough, I managed to sum up enough determination to attempt the hike to Dundas Peak. The Spencer Gorge Conservation Area provides access to Tews Falls, Webster's Falls, and the prime viewing spot of the upper portion of the city known as Dundas Peak.
Tews Falls was the first destination, as it was extremely close to the entrance. As opposed to a waterfall, Tews was more of a continuous trickle that appeared halfway down the cliff. A wooden platform and drooping tree branch provided an interesting background for tourist shots, though the skyline was blocked by invasive leaves and forestry.
The trek was steep, rugged, and poorly maintained. Sharp rocks and protruding tree roots were witnessed at nearly each steep incline; viewpoints were few and required incredible stability to manouever downwards and back up to the trail.
Since I had insisted on waiting until streaks of post-sunset colours trailed through the sky, we were forced to retrace our path in a gradually dimming environment. Despite this, the walk was quick, as return routes tend to be.