Hike to Greer Creek Falls

2.5 miles 262.5 ft gain  - Out-and-Back Trail

Added by Kaila Walton

This is an easy hike that leads to a beautiful 8 metre waterfall Southeast of Vanderhoof BC.

Greer Creek Falls is a beautiful waterfall in any season and a great half day adventure for anyone. Its a picture perfect area in the boreal forest of Northern BC, and a nice little swimming hole to cool off before hiking back up to your vehicle.

To get to Greer Creek falls from Prince George head West on Highway 16 to Vanderhoof. Once in Vanderhoof turn left onto Kenney Dam Road heading west, follow this paved road past the Sai'kuz First Nation Village. Eventually the road turns into gravel and you'll come to the main intersection of the Kenny Dam, Kluskus and Telegraph Forest Services Roads (FSRs). You'll know when you're at the intersection as there are big signs that are hard to miss. Turn left onto the Kluskus FSR and follow it to kilometre marker 37.5 and there will be a large gravel parking lot to the right. Park there and you'll see the trail, follow that and you will get to the waterfall! 

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Photography
Hiking
Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Forest
Groups
Picnic Area
River
Scenic
Waterfall
Wildflowers
Wildlife
Swimming Hole

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Greer Creek Falls

It was a great waterfall and a beautiful half hour hike. I was surprised how busy it was.

very easy, beautiful trail.

very easy, beautiful trail. Hikes three times since August in all different conditions. very accessible even in winter. worst part is the log xri

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