Hixon Falls

Hixon BC Canada

Trail Length: 4 kilometres

Difficulty: Easy - Family
Park Amenities:

Hixon Waterfall and Trail
In Hixon BC Canada you can hike to a 30 foot waterfall 
A canyon waterfall hiking trail located just south of Prince George BC
In the small little community of Hixon, British Columbia, Canada, located just south of Prince George, is a beautiful canyon hiking trail connecting to the Hixon Falls on the Hixon River. 
It is an easy-going short hiking trail (150 metres maybe) through a forest along the banks of the Hixon River which connects to a canyon and Hixon Falls. The canyon is home to chutes, river rapids, protective pools and swimming holes. It all depends on the season too, as river levels will fluctuate with the seasons. 
The Hixon falls are what we call cascading falls. It is a 100 foot (30 metre) waterfall emptying into a pool and then into some chutes and back to the river. For those who dare, there is (or was) a log crossing the chutes. If the rapids are high we do not advise attempting this crossing as the log becomes extremely slippery. 
Hixon Waterfall and Hiking Trail


Hixon Falls
Hixon Creek Road
Hixon BC Canada

How To Get ToHixon Falls

From Prince George BC travel about 40 kilometres south to the small town of Hixon BC. As you enter the community there is a bridge. Your first left after the bridge is Hixon Creek Road. In the trees is a sign that reads "Hixon Falls and Hixon Chutes".

Follow the gravel road for about 4 kilometres (2.4 miles). Stay left on the main gravel road until you come to a large gravel parking lot (fits maybe 8 vehicles). The road is littered with pot holes, so low riding vehicles beware.
No reviews yet for Hixon Falls.
Explore British Columbia

Come Experience the Nicola Valley!