Bergeron Falls

Bergeron Falls

Bergeron Falls Tumbler Ridge, BC, Canada At 100 m (328 ft), this is one of the highest known waterfalls in Northern British Columbia, and one of the closest to Tumbler Ridge. Set in a natural amphitheatre, water plunges off Bergeron Mountain and down into the Murray River Valley. You can hike in along a 4.5 km (2.8 mi) trail (one way) that climbs up and down along a series of ridges, finally depositing you at a viewpoint above the falls. For an ever-changing perspective, make your way back and forth along the edge of the bowl in which the falls are set. Welcome to the Tumbler Ridge Geopark! At 100 m (328 ft), this is one of the highest known waterfalls in Northern British Columbia, and one of the closest to Tumbler Ridge. Set in a natural amphitheatre, water plunges off Bergeron Mountain and down into the Murray River Valley. You can hike in along a 4.5 km (2.8 mi) trail (one way) that climbs up and down along a series of ridges, finally depositing you at a viewpoint above the falls. For an ever-changing perspective, make your way back and forth along the edge of the bowl in which the falls are set. www.visittumblerridge . Video captured on a DJI Phantom 2 Vision Plus. Bergeron Falls | the best aerial videos

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