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The Falls are lovely any time of year, the addition of boardwalks gets you past the tricky parts on the path. Take the old road down if you are in sandals or the shortcut trail if you have boots on. There is the creek, the...More
I visit Fletcher Falls every time I’m in Kaslo. Depending on the time of year, the falls give you a unique experience - from rushing and loud in the spring to calm quiet in the fall. It’s worth the hike down (and back up). There’s...More
Beautiful spot we heard about from one of the locals. Steep, short hike everyone can enjoy. Head down into the campground area for a dip in the lake. Picnic tables in yhe campground area.
We def plan to stay longer next time. Perfect spot to...More
We had seen pictures of the falls and we had seen the trail map, but these did not prepare us for how close the falls were to the highway (and parking) and how amazing they were.
We had read that it was hard to find....More
I wasn't sure what to expect when doing the hike to the falls based on some of the previous reviews (two younger children with us). However, it was an easy hike and you just have to pay attention, as with any hike. We spent close...More
Fletcher Falls is a beautiful little waterfall that is a hidden gem. We visit this gorgeous place frequently. You have to be able to make your way down some steep trails but more importantly you have to be able to walk back ! We see...More
These falls don't seem to be advertised much in the mountainous Kokanee region between Nelson and Kaslo. What a shame! It would be terrible to miss these falls, because the jungle-like setting is quite eye-opening.
There is a parking area for vehicles, and then a...More
There are 2 ways down to the base of the falls. An easy switchback path and a more challenging climb. The falls are beautiful and the beach at the bottom is another opportunity to enjoy the Zen of the Kootenays.