A stunning waterfall formed by Cervus Creek plummeting off of a sheer 98-foot cliff into a narrow valley far below.

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Description

Lady Falls is a stunning waterfall formed by Cervus Creek plummeting off of a sheer 98-foot cliff into a narrow valley far below.

This sheer waterfall is decidedly different than the other waterfalls in this guidebook for Strathcona Provincial Park, as it's one massive, thundering torrent crashing on the rocks below! The hike to reach the overlook is short, but it's fairly steep.

You'll ascend directly to the viewing platform via a well-built set of switchbacks, quickly gaining elevation.

The trail tread is reinforced and nontechnical, and with a bit of effort, you'll soon arrive at the viewing platform. The platform juts out from the side of the cliff opposing the falls, providing an incredible vantage over this natural feature! The thunder of the crashing water set in this beautiful location with a stunning mountain backdrop is truly beautiful and impressive. Once done at the viewpoint, return to your car the same way you came.