Shannon Falls is composed of a series of cliffs, rising 335 metres above Highways 99, making it the third highest falls in the province, ranking behind 481 metre Della Falls in Strathcona Provincial Park on Vancouver Island and 396 metre Hunlen Falls in Tweedsmuir Provincial Park near Bella Coola. The tumbling waters of Shannon Falls originate from Mount Habrich and Mount Sky Pilot. This park is directly adjacent to Highway 99, making it a popular day-use park. This park provides picnicking, hiking and access to the trail in Stawamus Chief Provincial Park. For your convenience this park has a concession and information centre located next to the flush toilet building on the trail to the waterfalls. The small centre is managed by the Park Facility Operator and offers food snacks, park and outdoor recreation information and souvenirs.
Going to whistler? make a stop here! SERIOUSLY! Make a stop! These falls are awesome and the hike is alot easier than the signs make it out to be!
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Shannon Falls Provincial Park
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