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Moul falls

Clearwater, British Columbia

based on 1 reviews



3.4 miles

Elevation Gain

652 ft

Route Type



Added by Emily Masse

Enjoy a breathtaking jaunt behind an 80 foot waterfall.

This hike follows a well groomed trail that meanders through the forest. At 5.4 km it was well worth every step. The vegetation slowly changes, you'll know when you're getting close! Once you approach the viewing point the trail continues down the left side of the hill and leads you into the river valley to the bottom of the falls. If you're feeling brave, you can follow the trail behind the falls. 

Note * the trail behind the falls is slippery and not an official trail. Please take all precautions when walking along this trail. 

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Moul falls Reviews

If I had to recommend a waterfall to visit it would be this one. This is my all-time favourite waterfall, mainly because you can get down to the base and behind this massive waterfall. It is amazing how insignificant something can make you feel. There’s lots of room to explore and walk around at the base of the falls which is fun. The hike in is relatively long, we rode our bikes halfway and stashed them in the bush where the real hike started and walked the rest and that saved us a bunch of time. It is also a busy popular hike so I’d recommend getting there early to beat the crowds. There is also a secondary way to access these falls by going with the local rafting guides which included a hike to these falls from the river which was pretty amazing, but VERY difficult. Something to look into if you’re up for a challenge.

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