Thompson Waterfall Trail


Trail Length: 1.4 kilometres loop

Difficulty: Easy - Family
Park Amenities:
Wilderness Camp

Thompson Waterfall Trail is a short 1.4 kilometre loop trail leading to a waterfall on the Blaeberry River. At the 900 metre point is the location of the waterfall. The trail is more of a sightseeing destination than a day hike as the walk is short and considered an easy grade route 

Once at the falls one can continue along a loop route or go back the same way they came. From the trailhead the trail follow the right side of the Blaeberry River. The slopes are slippery from the moisture of the river so be careful.

The Thompson Falls Trail is located in a popular recreation area. Not far from the falls are a few recreation campsites including the Thompson Falls and Split Creek Recreation Sites. The wilderness campgrounds are rustic and include firepits, picnic tables and pit toilets. The campsites are also base camps in the winter for snowmobilers and cross country skiers.
Thompson Waterfall Trail, Golden, British Columbia, Canada in the Kootenays


Thompson Waterfall Trail
Blaeberry FSR

How To Get ToThompson Waterfall Trail

Travel west of Golden on Highway #1 to the Blaeberry FSR (Forest Service Road). Continue traveling the rough gravel road for 21 kilometres and keep an eye open for the Thompson Falls recreation Site sign. Turn here and proceed to the parking lot.
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