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This is a great hike if you are prepared to pack in supplies and have time to spend at the cascades. We took three days to hike in, look around the falls and hike back out. I would definitely recommend at least four days for...More
Recently stayed overnight at the Monkman Provincial Park and it was lovely! It's a bit more rustic than some provincial sites, no showers or flush toilets but it's right along the Murray River and in August (maybe all year round) it's a beautiful turquoise blue...More
If you like hiking to waterfalls this is your kind of place. A number of trails are along the park road which is a bit rough. The end of the road is about and hour and fifteen minutes from Tumbler Ridge. Very little traffic. Look...More
Really nice setting. Big spaces available. Remember you are in the heart of bear country. I saw my second grizzly bear on the road in. Magnificent scenery. I wish we could have stayed. Nice walking trails down to the falls. Good bear info posted.
I wouldn't necessarily trust 'moderate' hiking trails to mean what I thought they would mean - rope support was necessary (and provided on the trails thankfully) in many spots. This is one of the most beautiful and pristine spots I have been to. We even...More
There is so much to do in this park if you are willing to go on an adventure. From the drive out through the Northern Rockies on a forestry service road and it's many hiking trails, to Kineuso falls and the Monkman pass memorial trail,...More