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Rosewall Creek Provincial Park

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Good hike to Rosewall Falls

This is approx. 45min to 1hr one way . A great trail mostly along the river . Wear good hiking or... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Rick M
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Victoria, Canada
Well worth the hike to the Falls

The hike to the Falls is about 7km round trip and well worth it! It is a fairly easy 2 -3 hour walk... read more

Reviewed 29 May 2018
Saturnanana
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Saturna Island, Canada
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is approx. 45min to 1hr one way . A great trail mostly along the river . Wear good hiking or walking shoes as there are a few steep areas. Trail is easy to look up on the internet. Worth the hike .

Thank Rick M
Reviewed 29 May 2018

The hike to the Falls is about 7km round trip and well worth it! It is a fairly easy 2 -3 hour walk with some up and down terrain along the beautiful Rosewell Creek. You are surrounded by lush forest and beautiful flora and fauna.

Thank Saturnanana
Reviewed 13 August 2017

Nice hiking trails totaling roughly 7.5 km but note this trail is not an easy access for everybody. You need good walking shoes plus a cord for certain places. Our dog's leash helped us to go around very abrupt and slippery edges that unfortunately has...More

1  Thank Farmazone
Reviewed 29 July 2017

We loved crossing over the train trestle for the short path around Rosewall Creek as it reminded me of my youth! The park is easy to find just off Hwy 19A, plenty of free parking, only steps to the water, and good outhouse facilities. A...More

3  Thank Paulshappy
Reviewed 13 April 2017

I have hiked up to the falls on several occasions now. The trail is a bit rustic but it is a nice hike along Rosewall Creek. There has been quite a bit of flood and wind damage to the trail lately. We were there most...More

1  Thank Captains_Rum_Punch
Reviewed 2 January 2017

I visited this park in the winter, while the snow was lying on the ground. I did not encounter any wildlife, other than several salmon carcasses on the ground by the creek. I enjoyed walking over the train trestle as the sun was about to...More

Thank somegalfromcan
Reviewed 31 October 2016 via mobile

I go here every year around this time. Most of the leaves were on the ground today, making a yellow-brown carpet throughout the rain forest. It's a hauntingly peaceful place.

Thank Don L
Reviewed 13 September 2016

I have hiked the lower and upper parts. Usually done with my hiking group. Great photo opportunities, always refreshing walking through the first. The upper part, you are climbing. The lower is easier.

Thank ria3896
Reviewed 4 July 2016

My first time hiking this trail but will be back. Perfect for a hot summer day, as it is quite shaded, with beautiful views of rippling creek and a swimming hole by the waterfalls to cool off in. A few tricky spots along the route...More

Thank nishamah
Reviewed 21 May 2016 via mobile

We often spend a weekend in Deep Bay and will go to Rosewall Creek for a pleasant forest walk. This 100+ year old forest follows a creek bed and has many cedars and maples. Go before 3 in the summer while it's still sunny, and...More

Thank zenasmillet
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