Windfall demolishes Hardy Falls bridge along popular hiking trail.

Hardy Falls, a scenic but short hiking trail just South of Peachland, B.C., was hit hard by strong winds and one of several short trail bridges that allowed hikers to view the falls was demolished. Image supplied via Kelowna Capital News. This sad event has happened just a few weeks after the falls themselves took […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On April 11, 2009
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Hardy Falls, a scenic but short hiking trail just South of Peachland, B.C., was hit hard by strong winds and one of several short trail bridges that allowed hikers to view the falls was demolished.

Image supplied via Kelowna Capital News.

This sad event has happened just a few weeks after the falls themselves took a turn as mother nature let a number of boulders tumble down the surrounding cliffs into the gorgeous pool at the foot of the falls.  More details of the slide can be found in the Kelowna Daily Courier news.

 

Hardy Falls South of Peachland, B.C.

Hardy Falls South of Peachland, B.C.

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2 Comments

  1. DARKEST1

    i believe this trail is open again, but apparently, it has lost some if its coolness. if anyone has checked it out, let us know.

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