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This is an awesome tour, didn't follow this route specifically but some of the smaller tracks along the way are awesome especially around the Nahatlatch and Kookipi Pass. check out the nahatlatch cure tower!

Short loop but well maintained and beautiful views.

The trail was marked as damaged from overuse.


The view of the waterfall was incredible. It is wide and tall. The bridge was stable and allowed views of both sides.

I’ve done this hike many times. It’s not long, and the falls are beautiful. We always head off the path at the top of the waterfalls and build an inuksuk.

My home is on this trail, so I've done it dozens of times. A beautiful walk or bike ride.
Bring your dog and stop at off-leash parks.

A nice accessible walk with a few lovely views.

hiking
1 month ago

Only person on the trail this day. Fun hike with varied terrain. Views weren't great due to smoke but saw a few mountain goats grazing at the top. The access road was in terrible condition, lots of ditches for a lengthy stretch, suggest going in a high clearance vehicle. Stop and say hi to the lady camped at 36km with the honey sign, shes a colourful character and makes great honey!

Nice trail, very easy. The swim in the lower falls was brisk but refreshing and the view of the upper falls was beautiful.

Really nice scenery

It was amazing enjoyed the hot springs when I was down there this month

Easy accessibility is able for all

hiking
2 months ago

Dogs are not allowed in this park and ruin the goat experience for hikers making the effort to go there for that reason by scaring off the goats. Please edit this post it is incorrect and frustrating to many hikers that encounter dogs on this trail.

Nice and easy walk with a worthwhile view.

The whole loop of the upper and lower falls in total was a relatively short hike, and not too steep with barely a switchback! the forest is beautiful and the falls are breathtaking.

Amazing! Make sure to pack your swim stuff in the summertime and a hot day, and go find a swimming hole!

A great short hike that pays off right away. Great, magical swim hole at the lower portion.

3 months ago

keep vigilant, the signs are small and directions confusing... we ended up stuck in snow on Drinnon pass.

Gimli/mulvy signs are around the 22km mark. you will see a red sign on a tree that says Bannock stay right and you will see the Gimli sign as it's kind of hidden.... if you pass a wooden fire service sign, you have gone too far.
the only Drinnon pass sign we saw was way to far!

FYI tow trucks do not go up this road.

My 1.5 year old son, my wife and I needed a little walk in the wonderful BC nature and heard about this little gem. the trail starts from the parking lot and has a great loop that's well maintained and easy to walk on. My son loved stopping to see the huge trees and bridges. the falls are beautiful and definitely worth the stop. if you need a quick hour walk/hike, this is a great option to consider.

Nice stay but could have better spaced out campsites

Awesome views of the water fall and an easy walk.

Very beautiful! Nice short loop.

7 months ago

So worth the gruelling hike up with overnight gear. The goats are very friendly and curious, no need to be alarmed. Keep your boots in your tent though, the goats will steal them! Views are spectacular and watching the sun set over dog ears is life changing. Bring a 4x4 truck with high clearance. We crossed two seasonal runoff creeks on the road up there and were forced to move a lot of boulders. The road is rough, steep and long. Amazing waterfalls to see all the way up though.

It was wonderful, waters quite high but didn't effect any of the trails. just a nice and easy wet coast morning!

Saturday, September 16, 2017

easy hike, and easy enough to get off path and really take in the views.

walking
Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Very Busy otherwise an enjoyable walk with lots of great views and Granville Island!

hiking
Saturday, August 26, 2017

BC's narrowest canyon, beautiful waterfalls and a great river at the bottom to splash around in, what's not to like?

Bucket list drive... be sure to stop at every little town from point A to point B....!!! Wonderful yummy Farmers Markets....aromatic coffee houses...cool outdoor sports shops....yummy eateries!!!!!... abundant Sunshine.... cool breezes!!!

great seaside walk, take advantage of the multimillion dollar views. if you want to loop around possible to walk right around along the water and cross one of the bridges or catch the water taxi for 2.75. another alternative is to rent bikes and bike this loop and if you feel ambitious do the seawall too! stop for lunch at granville island or denman st up from the laughing statues

Amazing waterfall, easy hike!

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Did this hike last year. Beautiful. Loved the goats!

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