Wells Gray Park

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Wells Gray Park

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Mountain Reflections

Pristine waters mirror idyllic landscapes

Mountain Wildflowers

Wells Gray hiking trails lead through breathtaking meadows

Goodwin Falls

Goodwin and Sylvia falls are a stunning pair of cascading waterfalls arriving one after the other.

Sylvia Falls

Just one of Wells Grays’ magnificent cascading waterfalls

Trophy Mountain Lakes

Hike to new heights with stunning views and remarkable natural treasures

Helmcken Falls

One of Wells Grays most iconic featured waterfalls

Mush Bowl

Cross the Mush Bowl bridge and just try not to be amazed by the water crashing over rocks

Autumn Colours

Every time of year has its own spectacular sights

Helmcken in Winter

Helmcken Falls are just as spectacular when covered in snow and ice

Ray Farm Homestead

Historic homesteads are another must-see attraction when visiting Wells Gray. The Ray Farm trail features mineral springs and dilapidated buildings.

Silvertip Falls

The highest cascading waterfall in Wells Gray Park

Dawson Falls

A must-see river-spanning waterfall

Moul Falls

An hour hike, but worth the effort to experience, as you can hike behind the falls.

Millions of years ago, there was a battle between fire and ice. Volcanoes erupted under thick layers of ice and glaciers carved into the fresh, hot earth. When they made their peace, Wells Gray Park was born.
A vast area of 5,250 square kilometers (1.3 million acres) where nature rules.
Known to most as the “Waterfall Park of Canada”, Wells Gray Park offers a whole palette of natural beauty to the outdoors-lover.
It can check all the boxes;

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Scenic rivers, roaring waterfalls and pristine lakes

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Old-growth inland rainforest

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Snow-covered mountain peaks

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Canada's largest Alpine Flower Meadows

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Heritage homesteads

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Roaming wildlife (bear hotspot)

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The sound of silence

“Every Day is a Great Day in Wells Gray Park”

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Hike away on the 250 km trail network; guided if you like.

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Feel like a pioneer on the back of a horse.

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Push yourself to the limit on the mountain bike trails.

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Enjoy the wildlife in front of your camera.

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Swing it in a game of golf

And when a blanket of snow covers all:

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Snowshoe or cross-country ski in a magical world.

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See nature Frozen Waterfall art

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Spot Mr. Moose, the giant of the forrest

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Savour the solitude

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Soar like an eagle while Tandem Paragliding

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Explore the park from above with a scenic flight

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Paddle the Lakes in a canoe, kayak or paddle board

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Take the motorboat day trip to see Rainbow Falls

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Refresh yourself with a dip in the Lakes

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Get the adrenaline flowing on a White Water Rafting tour

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Find your inner peace while fishing

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Roast wieners or make gooey S'mores over an evening campfire

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or fall asleep in front of a cozy fireplace

Reviews

Awarded Trip Advisor’s “Certificate of Excellence”
10 Years In a Row &

2020’s “Best of the Best”

Trip Advisor's Travellers' Choice Best of the Best Award