This Remote Park In BC Has 8 Waterfalls Each Bigger & Badder Than The Last
You can't have too much of a good thing. There is an off-the-radar nature park in B.C. that's perfect if you love the outdoors. You'll find eight colossal waterfalls and around each corner, the next falls are more spectacular than the last.
Nearly 13 hours northeast of Vancouver, past Prince George, you can find Tumbler Ridge Geopark. It is one of five parks of its kind in all of North America and is UNESCO recognized for its diverse landscapes.
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Inside, you can find 50 hiking trails that vary in difficulty, so there is something for everyone. All of them are well-marked with signs that show how challenging they are.
One of the easiest natural wonders to reach is Quality Falls, which takes one and a half hours round trip.
While the cascade here is spectacular, so are the surrounding rocks. The stones in this area date back to 95 million years ago.
But the not to miss sight is the misty Kinuseo Falls. It is taller than world-famous Niagara Falls.
En route, you'll pass by Nesbitt's Knee Falls and Barbour Falls.
Then it is time for the main attraction — Kinuseo Falls. Following a 150-metre path to a lower viewing platform, you can watch the tumbling blue water pour into a deep pool.
The sight will take your breath away, and undoubtedly be a photo you will want to share with your friends.
Before you go, it is a good idea to map out which cascades you want to see. It is possible to see several in a day, but if you're going to see them all, give yourself a few days.
Thankfully there are ample camping sites and a handful of hotels nearby, making it easy to go for a vacation if you want to catch a glimpse of these inspiring falls.
Tumbler Ridge Geopark
Address: 265 Southgate St., Tumbler Ridge, BC
Why You Need To Go: There are tons of easy hiking trails to waterfalls to explore.
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