Add this showstopping spot to your bucket list. Will we ever get tired of chasing waterfalls? Doubtful. But we found one secret towering falls you've never heard of. If you have a sense of adventure, you'll want to see Emperor Falls in B.C. It is taller than a 13-floor apartment building!

This waterfall in Mount Robson Provincial Park is a prime example of just how stunning our country is. Honestly, it will make you proud to call Canada home.

Plunging 43 metres down a cliff at the base of Mount Robson, the view is worth every step it takes to reach it. 

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Unlike other falls where you can walk for a few minutes and arrive, you'll want to spend a few days within the park to see all the sights. Along the 23-kilometres Berg Lake Trail, there is enough gorgeous landscape to fill your Instagram feed for weeks.

For example, you'll also pass the Falls of the Pool, White Falls, the sparkling water of Berg Lake, and two glaciers. 

Standing near the falls, you should expect to get drenched. But on a hot summer day, it is so refreshing.

From the base, all you'll see is a powerful wall of water crashing down. It is truly a remarkable sight to behold.

Thankfully you don't need to do the long hike in one day. Instead, you can leisurely hike along the backcountry route at your pace. 

Dotted along the trail are multiple campsites, including one next to Emperor Falls. Which means you can stop and recharge for the night before you continue walking.

This year, the Berg Lake Trail is open for day use and backcountry camping until September 29, 2020. To stay overnight, you'll need to head to the park's website to book your campground stay.

Visiting Mount Robson Provincial Park is completely free, but there is a small fee if you want to stay overnight.

Emperor Falls

Price: Free for day use

Address: Mount Robson Provincial Park

Why You Need To Go: You can see three impressive waterfalls on one epic hike.

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