Not many people from outside of the Fraser Valley even know that Cascade Falls Regional Park exists. It’s a small (22 hectare) park near Mission, British Columbia (Canada), that has a showstopper: a 30 metre waterfall that surges down a rock face between a tangle of trees.
The waterfall crashes down into a pool and then continues on as Cascade Creek. Smaller waterfalls and pools funnel down a gorge and into a calm area below. There’s a short trail from the parking lot that leads right to the waterfall and a suspension bridge allows for great photos.
Although I grew up just west of the Fraser Valley, I had never been to Cascades Regional Park. It wasn’t until a recent trip to Harrison Hot Springs that my partner and I saw the sign on Highway 7 for the park. We decided to check it out and this is what we saw:
More info about the park is available on the official website.