Albas Falls – Celesta Falls – Hiking Trail

Albas Falls is one of the 26 sites included in the Shuswap Lake Marine Provincial Park.  At the Northwest end of Seymour Arm this 3km (1.8) hiking trail leads from the shores of the Shuswap Lake up both sides of Celesta Creek past five gorgeous waterfalls as well as a waterwheel and flume! The park […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On July 21, 2009
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Albas Falls is one of the 26 sites included in the Shuswap Lake Marine Provincial Park.  At the Northwest end of Seymour Arm this 3km (1.8) hiking trail leads from the shores of the Shuswap Lake up both sides of Celesta Creek past five gorgeous waterfalls as well as a waterwheel and flume!

The park is accessed off the Ross Creek Forest Road or by boat. By boat, go to Steamboat Bay which has several undeveloped campsites and find a hiking trail that follows Celesta Creek for 1.5 km, crosses the creek and returns back to the lake. For more details see map 34 in the Thompson Okanagan Backroad Mapbook or Shuswap Lake Marine Provincial Park.

Upper Albas Falls

See location and details on this Albas Falls photo.

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