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Della Falls

British Columbia, Canada
+1 250-927-6164
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Canada's tallest

What is neat about the falls is that the only way to see them is by foot. A great backpacking trip... read more

Reviewed 24 July 2016
Teresa H
Texada Island, Canada
Della Falls Hike!

What a wonderful Hike. With the highest total vertical drop, measured at 440 metres (1443 ft... read more

Reviewed 4 July 2016
Hans T
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Canada's highest waterfall, at a height of 440 meters, offers many hiking trails, campsites and viewing opportunities.
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Reviewed 24 July 2016

What is neat about the falls is that the only way to see them is by foot. A great backpacking trip from 2 entrance options. Really nice campsite at the base of the Falls in Strathcona Provincial Park

1  Thank Teresa H
Reviewed 4 July 2016

What a wonderful Hike. With the highest total vertical drop, measured at 440 metres (1443 ft), Della Falls is considered by many to be the highest waterfall in Canada. Thus the views are spectacular. In 1899, prospector and trapper Joe Drinkwater discovered Della Falls and...More

1  Thank Hans T
Reviewed 14 January 2016

Della Falls is one of the highest in Canada. The trailhead is accessed at the end of Great Central Lake. There is a reliable boat shuttle service that will take you across the lake to the trailhead and pick you up, or you can find...More

2  Thank Lesly D
Reviewed 14 November 2015

I hiked to the falls with my son (aged 16) and daughter (aged 20) over a couple of days in July. We took our own boat to the trail head, a ~30Km one-way trip, and left it at the dock while on the hike. This...More

5  Thank Scott R
Reviewed 5 August 2014

The trail is well marked and creek crossings were being upgraded. I canoed in and out, taking my time over six days and five nights. Walk the Love Lake trail as there is a lookout offering the best view of Della Lake, Della Falls and...More

1  Thank LoungeTrekker
Reviewed 18 April 2013

A Fabulous feature on Vancouver Island. This is a bit of a hike but can drive to trail head or boat down Central Lake and access it from there. Best view is a heli tour from Campbell River. Spectacular scenery and the view from the...More

2  Thank GlenandTina
Reviewed 24 September 2012

We walked the trails from here to Elk Falls and down to Campbell River. Fabulous trees and scenary. Fisherman were fly fishing for salmon and trout below the dam .

1  Thank Rodney259
Reviewed 10 December 2011

It's a great hike. It's actually out of Port Alberni. It's not as challenging as one would think. A few tricky river crossings, lots of bugs, and a few bears, but the end result is worth it. We camped at the 3rd campsite, then walked...More

5  Thank Janet S
Reviewed 21 August 2011

Set within the south end of Strathcona Provincial Park, but not accessible without a major undertaking on a route experienced mountaineers call challenging. This route is over Mount Septimus. The trailhead begins at the north end of Great Central Lake,in Port Alberni. The 16 km...More

13  Thank Beautiful_Dragon86
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