Bijoux Falls Hiking Trail

Hiking Trail at Bijoux Falls Provincial Park at Pine Pass on Canada Day Long Weekend - Chetwynd, British Columbia, Canada | FollowPanda.Com

July 1, 2013: Bijoux Falls Provincial Park

Review: Bijoux Falls Hiking Trail

Bijoux Falls in Pine Pass of Central Interior BC, Canada is a roadside attraction next to John Hart Highway 97. It’s a popular rest stop for motorists with plenty of toilets and picnic tables by the waterfalls. No hiking is required to see the falls. However, there is a rather steep and yet popular hiking trail along the side of the waterfalls to the very top!

Bijoux Falls has three cascades. The lower cascade is the biggest and most good-looking. Middle and upper cascades provide different perspectives for photography. Hiking to the lower cascade is easy, but caution is required due to slippery rocks in some areas. To my opinion, Bijoux Falls can be an excellent location for wedding photography, engagement photos, portrait shots, and family group pictures.

Other nearby attractions are Powder King Ski Resort (6km north of the falls) and Lake Azouzetta (11km north of the falls).

Playing Chinese Flute at Base of Bijoux Falls during Canada Day Long Weekend in Pine Pass - Bijoux Falls Provincial Park - MacKenzie, BC, Canada | FollowPanda.Com

July 1, 2013: The lower cascade of Bijoux Falls

Middle Cascade of Bijoux Falls Hiking Trail in Pine Pass in Summer Afternoon - MacKenzie, BC, Canada | FollowPanda.Com

July 1, 2013: The middle cascade of Bijoux Falls

Playing Chinese Flute at Upper Cascade of Bijoux Falls during Canada Day Long Weekend in Pine Pass - Bijoux Falls Provincial Park - Chetwynd, BC, Canada | FollowPanda.Com

July 1, 2013: The upper cascade of Bijoux Falls

Sitting at the Edge of Bijoux Falls during Canada Day Long Weekend in Pine Pass - Bijoux Falls Provincial Park - Chetwynd, BC, Canada | FollowPanda.Com

July 1, 2013: Sitting at the edge of Bijoux Falls.

Map and Driving Direction

Exact location of Bijoux Falls Hiking Trailhead is indicated by Green Arrow on the following map (click EXTERNAL LINK below to view map).
Or, go to Bijoux Falls Provincial Park for more info.


EXTERNAL LINK

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