BC's Oceanfront Hidden Gem Waterfall Is So Remote You Need A Boat To Get There
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If you're dreaming of travelling to the far corners of the world, why not dream big? There's a hidden waterfall in B.C. that's so remote you need a boat or a plane to get there. Once you see the towering white falls cascading into the water below you'll be left breathless.
You can't walk or hike your way in. But, if you can manage to get there, then Chatterbox Falls on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast is a great outdoor adventure you might not have heard of.
Inside Princess Louisa Marine Provincial Park, you can catch dozens of waterfalls up until mid-June. The most spectacular waterfall is Chatterbox Falls which towers at 40 metres tall.
The best way to check it out is by boat, and there are a ton of rentals or tours you can take advantage of. Sunshine Coast Tours runs one out of Egmont, B.C.
You can also fly in, but that will be more pricey and you don't get to cruise around in the waters as much.
When you go through the marine park, you'll be surrounded by incredibly tall stone walls, sometimes as high as 2,100 metres. It's almost like the Cliffs Of Insanity from The Princess Bride.
Once you reach the falls, there are a few small trails andthat you can hike around to stretch your legs.
You'll want to bring a swimsuit for sure if you want to get up close to the waterfall and take a dip in the waters. The creek between the ocean and the falls is the perfect spot.
From the water, it looks like the falls are straight out of a magical fairy world.
There are so few places like this in the world and if you're someone who's constantlythen this has to be on your bucket list.
Whether you're lucky enough to call B.C. home or you're planning to c, this spectacular place will impress anyone and make them think that you're a real outdoor adventurer.
Address: Sunshine Coast A, BC
Why You Need To Go: When you feel like you've seen everything already, then head to this hidden gem falls that meet the ocean.
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