There are so many beautiful waterfalls in B.C. that it's honestly hard for us to keep track of them all, but if you've already seen Bridal and Brandywine recently, then you'll want to find this hidden gem.\nMamquam Falls in Squamish cascades down into a colourful pool of water — it can be turquoise or even emerald green depending on the time of year you go.\nHidden underneath a bridge by a power station, it's 62 feet tall, according to the world waterfall database.\nEditor's Choice: Vancouver Island's Most Romantic Tiny House Airbnb Is So Close To The Ocean\nView this post on Instagram #ShareToInspire| Love your feet as much as they love you and they will take you anywhere. #hike #nature #wilderness #mamquamfalls #beautifulbc A post shared by Rodel Loterina Nacion (@rodel_oscar) on Sep 16, 2020 at 12:46pm PDT\nThe pool is surrounded by cliffs, making it look like it's straight out of a fantasy world.\nThis place is popular with kayakers, and there are even paddlers who go over the falls and plunge down in their boats — while it might be breathtaking to watch, we don't recommend it.\nThere's a space for parking nearby if you just want to park and take a look at the majestic falls without a big hike.\nBut there are trails along the Mamquam River if you're feeling extra adventurous.\nThe next time you head up to Squamish, make sure to add this spot to your bucket list.\nMamquam Falls\nAddress: Squamish, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: This rare hidden gem waterfall is so colourful you won't believe your eyes.\n View this post on Instagram One of a number of kayakers out enjoying Mamquam . . . #kayaking #whitewaterkayak #adventure #getoutside #paddlesports #bcisbeautiful #waterfall #bluegreen #river #mamquamfalls #mamquam #mamquamriver #forestriver #riverphotography #naturephotography #westcoast #seatosky #squamishbc #squamish #nikon #nikonphotography A post shared by Brian Aikens | Photographer (@brian.aikens) on Jul 5, 2020 at 7:32am PDT\n\nWebsite\nBefore you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.