Hardy Falls in Peachland – before and after the rockslide

Hardy Falls is now opened…but it has lost some of its “coolness”.  Drive a little south of Peachland and watch for the signs, park and enjoy a .5 km hike in or just relax on the benches as you make your way to the falls. Here is a video link to what Hardy Falls looked […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On August 10, 2009
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Hardy Falls Sign

Hardy Falls Sign

Hardy Falls is now opened…but it has lost some of its “coolness”.  Drive a little south of Peachland and watch for the signs, park and enjoy a .5 km hike in or just relax on the benches as you make your way to the falls.

Here is a video link to what Hardy Falls looked like before the rock fall

Here is a link to the pictures of the Hardy Falls windstorm and rockslide

Here is a video link that shows what Hardy Falls looks like now.

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