The short trek to Bosumarne Falls is a quick little adventure through a scenic stretch of forest that will take you to two viewpoints overlooking charming waterfalls. Along the 2.7 km trail, you will experience manageable variations in terrain that range from thick brush to rocky ground before arriving at the Lower Bosumarne Falls. A short distance further along the trail will bring you the main falls, where you can take in the beauty of the cascading water. This is a great hike for families.
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Route Description for Bosumarne Falls
The hike to Bosumarne Falls is a short trail that will take you through a scenic stretch of forest to visit two vantage points where you can view both the Bosumarne Falls and the Lower Bosumarne Falls. This family-friendly hike is situated just outside of Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park, making it an ideal addition to a fun weekend of camping in the area. The trail itself has some minor changes in elevation and transitions between brush and rocky terrain, making for an easy to follow but interesting route. This hike is perfect for hikers of all skill levels, including families and beginners.
Getting to the Bosumarne Falls Trailhead
To get to the trailhead for the Bosumarne Falls from Chilliwack, drive south on Vedder Road and take the second exit at the roundabout to make your way onto Chilliwack Lake Road. Drive straight for 37.0 km, where you will find the trailhead on the left.
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