Crawford Falls

Crawford Falls (located on Bellevue creek in Kelowna BC) can be reached by the following Gordon or Benvoulin to Dehart. Dehart to Crawford Rd. Crawford Rd. to Westridge, and then to Canyon Ridge and finally to Canyon Falls.( it is easier than it sounds) Canyon Falls is a dead end and you will see a […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On September 1, 2009
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Crawford Falls (located on Bellevue creek in Kelowna BC) can be reached by the following Gordon or Benvoulin to Dehart. Dehart to Crawford Rd. Crawford Rd. to Westridge, and then to Canyon Ridge and finally to Canyon Falls.( it is easier than it sounds) Canyon Falls is a dead end and you will see a Kelowna City Parks trail that you can follow and after approx. 500 metres, when you hear the falls, go towards Bellevue Creek and you will find a beautiful sight!

Myra-Bellevue Provincial Park borders this Kelowna regional park. You can drive to withing 500 metres (or less) of the falls and hike the rest of the way or you can also hike to the falls through the Thompson Ranch off of Gilliard Forest Service Road. (Be sure to respect the private property )

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