A quick tour of 7 different waterfalls in British Columbia, Canada. All of them are close to the Trans Canada Highway. Additionally, none are much more than 1km round trip.
Located between Golden and Salmon Arm in eastern British Columbia. Here are the 7 waterfalls in the video in order that you see them.
Gorge Creek Falls
Accessed off a logging road in Craigalachie, there is no trail once into the forest for Gorge Creek Falls.
Located near Salmon Arm on the west side of Shuswap Lake, Syphon Falls is a fun, easy but rocky waterfall hike, with ropes around the area to help you explore.
Begbie Falls is a popular waterfall near Revelstoke that pours into Upper Arrow Lake. Campground available nearby.
Bear Creek Falls
A gorgeous waterfall accessed from the eastbound lanes of the Trans Canada Highway in Glacier National Park. Bear Creek Falls is a short but steep hike to a fairytale like setting.
Located on the north side of Shuswap Lake, this is a very easy to access waterfall that is wheelchair friendly. Hiking to Margaret Falls take you through an old growth forest to a well placed lookout at the base of the waterfall.
A large 80ft waterfall located up the Wap Lake Forest Service Road, it is a little tricky to find. But there is a trail from the Frog Falls Campground, or a road to bring you closer for a short hike in.
Blaeberry gorge is currently full of washed out trees, but the scenery is fantastic and this is actually the starting point for a larger hike in to another waterfall, Thompson Falls.