Wells Gray Provincial Park is a large wilderness park located in east-central British Columbia, Canada. The park has many waterfalls, volcanoes, mineral springs and glaciers. It has something to offer every outdoor interest: lush alpine meadows, excellent birding and wildlife viewing opportunities; hiking for every ability, ranging from a few minutes on a level trail to many days with a map and compass; boating, canoeing, kayaking, horseback riding, river-rafting, fishing, swimming, hunting, cycling, camping, etc. ATV/quad/OHV may be possible?
List of Waterfalls
|Mahood River below Sylvia Falls|
|Murtle River 5 km downstream Dawson Falls|
|Grouse Creek above confluence with Clearwater River|
|Murtle River at Clearwater Valley Road bridge|
|Clearwater River at mouth of Clearwater Lake|
|Mahood River, 3.5km above Clearwater River|