Chasing Waterfalls: BC’s Most Magnificent Waterfalls

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There’s nothing more calming than standing in the wilderness surrounded by lush greenery and the sound of cascading waterfalls all around you.

Check out some of the most spectacular waterfalls BC has to offer.

Norvan Falls

Take a 14-km hike in Lynn Headwaters Regional Park to the incredible Norvan Falls. Located in North Vancouver, these falls will not disappoint.

Gold Creek Falls

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An easy 5.5-km hiking trail that will lead you to the stunning falls in Golden Ears Provincial Park, near Maple Ridge.

Twin Falls

You must add these beautiful falls to your bucket list, located in Smithers.

Cypress Falls

Take a brief 30-minute hike to the gorgeous waterfalls in West Vancouver.

Cascade Falls

The 22-hectare park boasts a lot of beautiful sights, including a scenic waterfall, located in Mission.

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Brandywine Falls

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Mind blown 😳 I had seen this waterfall several times on IG before so when I saw the waterfall in person for the first time a few days ago, there were few surprises and thus it didnt impact me strongly (one of the sad effects of looking at so many photos of beautiful places on social media) BUT the amazing part of the experience that blew me away way was while testing out Olympus's OM-D E-M1 Mark II I experienced first hand this cameras incredible image stabilization. I took this photo causally with a 1 second exposure standing on a slippery rock and it turned out tac sharp. That is unreal. So not only is the camera light but now I don't need a tripod unless I'm doing Long exposures of 15 second or more (people report being able to do 15 second exposures hand held) Any ways just some techy stuff I learned this weekend while testing the camera out with @getolympus while #capturingWhistler. Most probably don't care about camera stuff so I apologize. This will be my last post about that but some of us, including myself find this ground breaking.

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Visit the 420-hectare park and take in the breathtaking 70-metre waterfall, located in Garibaldi.

Bridal Veil Falls

These amazing falls can be found along the Trans-Canada highway, just east of Rosedale.

Takakkaw Falls

One of BC’s most stunning areas, Yoho National Park, is home to these pristine waterfalls, which stand 302-metres tall. Check it out near Field.

Shannon Falls

The 87-hectare park in Squamish is a popular spot for hikers to explore wilderness and take in their surroundings.

Helmcken Falls

The gorgeous 141-metre waterfall is located on the Murtle River within Wells Gray Provincial Park.

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