4.75 out of 5 - 4 reviews

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Tom from Reston, Virginia, USA writes:

Nice, easy walk along a well trod path to these amazing falls. Trail is a bit rocky in places making good shoes a must. Segments of the trail are high off the fast running river below, so hold on to those little hands. We went on a dry day, but could see that falls viewing area could be slick in the rain. However, viewing area has handrails and is fenced so you won't feel unsafe.

    Posted: September 1, 2017 06:02:48 PM PST


    Jon from Malmesbury UK writes:

    Nice, easy walk along a well marked trail to the falls. The views of the river are great and the falls are worth seeing.

      Posted: August 15, 2017 05:29:16 PM PST


      Tess from Vancouver writes:

      Easy trail right beside the river. The colourful river and falls are very nice to look at, and there is a deck built right beside the falls so that you can get a close look. The rocks near the falls can be slippery when wet, so try to go on a day when it's not raining. Over beautiful hike, definitely worth stopping for.

        Posted: July 18, 2016 06:13:01 PM PST


        Emilyy from New Westminster writes:

        Easy trail. Once saw someone take a stroller up it, which is just ridiculous. However it's a refreshing quick hike on the way to Pemberton. If you know how, scrambling to the top of the falls is really neat. Lots of tidal pools full of algae and other plant life in them. Very cool to look at how much the water has carved the rock.

          Posted: February 21, 2015 01:41:13 PM PST


          Stone from iUTxDEjkOeUFMuMz writes:

          Thanks guys, I just about lost it lkooing for this.

            Posted: December 4, 2011 01:58:52 AM PST


            Len from Vancouver writes:

            Earlier this month, brought my family to the campsite there. It was actually our backup choice, as our first choice was full. It turned out to be a lucky thing, because I later found out that it rained all night at the other place. Whereas, where we were, it was just a couple of hours of windy gusts. I've since heard that the Nairn falls campsite is one of the driest in BC.

            Next morning, we hiked to the falls. Was definitely easy enough that even my 6 year old had no problems. The falls are very definitely worth seeing as they have built a deck that lets you get close enough to feel the spray. The sinkholes and tide pools were pretty cool too.

            Altogether a great family experience.

              Posted: August 20, 2011 09:09:13 AM PST


              Shirley from Richmond writes:

              Went there on May 15th. It's a very nice short hike with view of rapid Green River along the way. Liked the falls too. Difinitely worth stopping when travelling to Pemberton.

                Posted: June 4, 2011 08:42:35 PM PST


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