trail running

forest

Nice hike. Paddling can take a good 90 min each way. Take the service road as a quick way to the falls. The trail is more challenging but also more beautiful

hiking
12 days ago

Well it started off nice, no rain, close to home and an early start...then things went horribly sideways. About 55:00 into the hike we made it to the BC Hydro ROW, then we saw a momma bear and her two cubs. Miss Figz freaked out so we had to turn around and end it! Lol! So now we're off to MEC to get better equipped and we'll finish it off another time. Otherwise a good leisurely hike.

nice woodland walking area. small falls. not too long and steep

The sound of gunshots from a nearby shooting range, allegedly having been in existence long before the trails, was indeed unpleasant, but mostly during the first and last half hour of the hike. The hike leading to two viewpoints of Saw Blade Falls was quite slippery, but the views of waterfalls were rewarding. All in all a good hike.

Nice easy access road with numerous trails branching off.

hiking
3 months ago

Sweet trail do it again and again

Followed the directions on the site to get to the start of the trail but never found it. Very disappointing. Google Map said we were there but no trail on site. Would like to try again.

camping
10 months ago

Probably one of a few secluded areas to go camp in. There is limited camping ground but one spot, which we were fortunate enough to have, has a great set up with tables and everything. Recommend to hike and camp up there.

May 2016- very limited parking on roadside but trail starts off up a steep gravel road to get your heart pumping, then the woodland walk is a nice stroll through the forest, the upper loop is much different than the lower. We did it counter clockwise and I would again. Sawblade falls is steep but short and very nice. Look forward to doing it again.