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Beautiful walk in the forest to get to the falls. Some steep parts and be aware when you cross the creek : it's easy to get lost if you are not looking for the ribbons. A bit disappointed, cause I have not been able to...More
Had a great hike to Bergeron Falls. Creeks were running high and fast. Had to cross in knee high water. There are a couple of steep climbs but the views are fantastic. Sadly the water was to go to get to the base of the...More
Thank Cheryl M
DinoSteve, Public Relations Manager at Bergeron Falls, responded to this reviewResponded 26 May 2017
Thanks for the update Cheryl. Glad you enjoyed the hike! It's always nice to know the current conditions.
This is a very good hike with great views from the top of the falls. For a more challenging experience, hike to the bottom of the falls for more great views. The trail at the bottom, up the creek, is not well marked but just...More
If you decide to take the hike into falls make sure to review some of the info. The shortest joke is to the top of falls approx 3-4 k so round trip about 8 k. First part definitely a challenge. More than I understood from...More
1 Thank Heidi N
DinoSteve, Public Relations Manager at Bergeron Falls, responded to this reviewResponded 3 June 2016
Some great advice! Thanks for reviewing Bergeron Falls Heidi, we really appreciate it.
This is one of my favorite hikes in the Tumbler Ridge area! It's easy to access (instructions are at the info centre). The hike is difficult if you go to the bottom of the falls and then to the top, but if you hit the...More
Bergeron Falls and Bergeron Cliffs are two excellent choices for a hike if you're near Tumbler Ridge. About 10 minutes from Tumbler Ridge and then an 8 km drive on gravel roads to the trail head. The hike to the Falls is moderately strenuous but...More
A group of us paddled our canoes from Tumbler Ridge to Chetwynd, along the Murray river earlier this year. We put in to shore where Bergeron creek meets the river, and hiked in the 2kms to the falls. While the hike is relatively easy, there...More
The hike to this waterfall is accessed on a gravel/dirt road off Highway 52W. The road is well maintained (for the most part). Maps and local conditions are available at the information centre. During the winter, you can snowshoe all the way to the falls,...More