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All reviews olympic park beautiful waterfall viewing platform off the highway callaghan valley bear safari packed snow worth a quick stop great shots picnic area sea to sky highway whistler village british columbia easy hike black beans bears thundering
About 9 km off the main highway but when you arrive it is only a 20 metre walk to the viewing platform. Not many people go here so quiet except fort the noise of the water. A few basis picnic tables and 2 basic toilets....More
The road to the falls is the road to the winter Olympic area about 10 km. off CA 99. The Olympic venues are closed in summer but the falls is nearby. Parking is next to the falls which is one of the best in all...More
We came here at 7amto see the black bears in the vicinity. The Falls were in a reclusive area not accessed by much light but perhaps at a later time we may have had some rays of sunshine to enhance its beauty..Waterfalls without sunshine are...More
Bears are awake again! Why don't we sleep the entire winter like them? It's like hitting the fast forward button to summer. None of this snow nonsense!
The drive from sea to sky on Callaghan Road is around 15 minutes however it is known as...More
Response from leighh906 | Reviewed this property |
There is no access to the falls, plus it is also in bear country and you have to keep at least 100 metres from the bears.
Plus there is no way down to the river as it too high.
Hope this answers your question
Response from yaflincoln | Reviewed this property |
If I remember correctly There is a sign indicating Alexander Falls. It will be on your left hand side, it's just a sloping gravel road leading to a small parking lot and a viewing platform for the Falls. The previous two... More
If I remember correctly There is a sign indicating Alexander Falls. It will be on your left hand side, it's just a sloping gravel road leading to a small parking lot and a viewing platform for the Falls. The previous two responses provided great information and directions :-)