It is an easily accessible and beautiful cascading tiered waterfall.

Bijoux Falls is a lovely tiered waterfall right along side highway 97N. It's a great place to stop and take a break to stretch the legs no matter which direction you are heading. 

This provincial park, nestled among the western edge of the Canadian Rockies, has a fair amount of parking and no hiking involved, unless you want to see the upper section of the waterfall. To get to the upper section walk up to the fence and take the trail to the far right of the waterfall and follow it up all the way to the top. There will be a second waterfall and then a third one on the other side of the train tracks. The trek to the top is uphill and would take the average person ten or so minutes to get to the top, if you don't count stopping for pictures along the way up. 

To get to the park head North, from Prince George BC, on highway 97N (John Hart Highway). It is 187km (116mi) north of Prince George BC. Watch for the provincial park signs informing you of when you are getting close to the park. 

Google maps coordinates here. 

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  • Camera
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Activities Chillin, Photography
Skill Level Beginner
Season Year Round
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Bathrooms
Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Forest
Picnic Area
Scenic
Waterfall

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