Englishman River Falls Provincial Park

When we set out to go on our hike today, the weather report told us to expect clouds and occasional sunny breaks. While we were en route, though, we realized that we would be experiencing very different weather! We were at a higher elevation where there was wet snow, and slush bombs were falling from the trees. Undaunted, we decided–after a generous sharing of hats, scarves, and vests–to walk anyway, and I am so glad we did. It was absolutely wonderful to see not only the amazing falls, but also the enormous moss-covered trees.

Here is a video of the falls, followed by a slideshow of some of the photos I took.

Click on the arrows:

[Note: The unusually long lichen draping from the trees is an Usnea (bearded lichen) called Usnea Longissima. Thanks to Chris Streiter for the information.]


  1. Gorgeous. So glad to share your adventures! Don’t jump off the bridge! Slush bombs! What drama!

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