Naramata Creek Falls Hike
The Naramata Creek Falls Hike winds through a thick forested area along a semi-maintained trail that forces you to cross the creek two times en route to the roaring waterfall. You can take kids on this hike, but there are few hindrances peppering this trail worth noting, such as poison ivy and roots.
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Route Description for Naramata Creek Falls Hike
The Naramata Creek Falls Hike is a short hike that follows a semi-maintained path to massive waterfalls soaring over boulders, surrounded by greenery. The trail takes you over bridges and forces you to do two creek crossings before the waterfalls emerge into view. Another thing to note is that there have been bear and rattlesnake sightings along this trail! You also need to look out for roots and poison ivy along the path.
From the parking lot, you’ll notice that the trail runs adjacent to Naramata Creek. Just after 500 m of walking, the trail starts to travel uphill. Keep left here! Around 200 m later, you’ll take a left towards the intimidating falls. Get ready to pull out your cameras and start snapping away. Once you’re finished admiring this natural wonder, turn around and head back the way you came.
Getting to the Naramata Creek Falls Hike Trailhead
To get to Naramata Creek Falls Hike from Penticton, head towards Naramata Road and continue driving for 9.1 km before turning right onto Arawana Road. After 450 m, take a left onto Debeck and stay on this road for 270 m. Turn left onto Upper Debeck Road for 400 m before turning right to stay on the same road. You’ll see the parking lot on your right.
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