Mission Creek Falls clarification from a Tracks And Trails Visitor.

We appreciate Tracks And Trails visitor feedback and ideas very much.  Tim’s information about Mission Creek Falls has been very helpful so I will post it here as well (it is already in the comments on a previous post). Mission Creek Falls: There are actually two sets of falls on Mission Creek and this may […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On October 26, 2008
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We appreciate Tracks And Trails visitor feedback and ideas very much.  Tim’s information about Mission Creek Falls has been very helpful so I will post it here as well (it is already in the comments on a previous post).

Mission Creek Falls: There are actually two sets of falls on Mission Creek and this may be causing some confusion. Gallagher Falls are about 4 Km above Hydraulic and are a set of several cascades. Hogback Falls are about one Km downstream from the Black Mt holding pond and are much more substantial but less accessible. A real adventure finding them but a beautiful hike. It may be easier from the south side. I was through that way about 40 year ago.

4 Comments

  1. Grant

    Could someone post GPS points on a map showing the falls you are talking about?

    That would be awesome.

    Reply
    • Clayton

      Hi again, I will try to post the point next week when I get back from Christina Lake. I can see where they are on the map – from what other visitors have posted, and will set up a map for a post on the mission creek falls.

      Reply

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