War Falls ,British Columbia, Canada


Address -: War Falls ,War Falls Trailhead, Fraser-Fort George G, British Columbia, Canada
The hike down to the main waterfall (War Falls) is a short one, and it's downhill most of the way. War Falls trail skirts along the McLeod River, which flows from War Lake.
During the summer months (July, August and September) in the park you can walk right up to the falls as it is shallow enough to get there. In the spring due to the snowmelt, the river is flowing much too powerfully to get to the base of War Falls. Regardless of what time of year you visit; it's still a beautiful waterfall and a hidden gem.
Head North from Prince George on Highway 97 (Hart Highway) to McLeod Lake. There will be a sign in McLeod Lake saying Carp Lake Provincial Park turn off 2km ahead. You'll turn left at the top of McLeod Lake onto Carp Lake Road. There is a reserve a few short minutes after you turn left. If you need or want to you can fill up your fuel tank there. After that, it is about a 32km (19.8mi) drive on Carp Lake Road to the trailhead for War Falls. This part of the road is a gravel road, but well maintained. The trailhead is just after the Carp Lake Provincial Park sign. There is parking to the right and a pit toilet just off into the woods. 
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