Lundbreck Falls ,Lundbreck, Alberta, Canada

Address -: Lundbreck Falls ,Crowsnest River ,Lundbreck, Alberta, Canada
Lundbreck Falls is a waterfall of the Crowsnest River located in southwestern Alberta, Canada near the hamlet of Lundbreck.
It is located adjacent to where Highway 3A crosses the Crowsnest River, approximately 1.2 km (0.75 mi) off of the Crowsnest Highway(Highway 3), between Pincher Creek and Crowsnest Pass.The falls have a drop of about 12 metres (39 ft).Visitors can view Lundbreck Falls from the observation platform as well as hiking to below the falls.
It is also known for its picturesque falls and fantastic fishing, but it also makes a good base camp for exploring the Crowsnest Pass area. Situated near the junction of the Cowboy Trail and Highway 3, Lundbreck Falls campground is only 15 minutes from Frank Slide Interpretive Centre and Leitch Collieries.
A day use area and an overnight campground are maintained at the falls site.
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