Moul Falls is a famous waterfall on Grouse Creek in Wells Gray Provincial Park of Brisith Columbia, Canada. It is one of the park’s most popular short hiking trails. Round trip hike is only 5km (2 hours). During low water seaons, hikers enjoy walking under and behind the falls to the other side of the creek. Grouse Creek rises from snowmelt, a lake and springs at a pass between Trophy Mountain and Table Mountain. It flows 18 km (11.2 mi) west before tumbling over Moul Falls, then McDiarmid Falls, and entering the Clearwater River.
Exact location of Moul Falls Hiking Trailhead / Parking Lot is indicated by Green Arrow on the following map (click EXTERNAL LINK below to view map).