July 30, 2012: pretty hot after a long hike. My face was so tanned!
Sylvia Falls is one of numerous waterfalls in Wells Gray Provincial Park, in Clearwater, BC. It’s also one of the few falls that you can hike all the way to the base and stand under the falls (check also Moul Falls). In summer, the water level tends to be high and turbulent. In autumn when the water is shallow with slow flow, some people actually walk down to the middle of Mahood River and stand on top of Sylvia Falls!!! Read below for map and driving direction.
July 30, 2012: Sylvia Falls is actually pretty big. It is 90m wide x 20m high. Further downstream is Goodwin Falls, 60m wide x 10m high. I was not even under the falls directly and alreay looked so small in the photo. :D
July 30, 2012: There was lots of splashes from the waterfalls even at this distance, which is still far away from the falls.
July 30, 2012: Sylvia Falls is a quiet, secluded hiking trail for families and couples. I was the only hiker there after 4km hike during noon hours on July 30.
Hiking Trail Map & Driving Direction
Read Sylvia Falls Hiking Trail for more info.