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Proceed along Upper Whitehorse Creek Trail for 7.5 km.
At the junction, take the left fork. The trail continues across open meadows and forest, providing views of the spectacular cliffs at the head of the valley.
After about 3.8 km, the main trail veers left. A short distance on, you can hear and then see Lower Whitehorse Creek Falls below the trail.
Continue on for another 0.7 km to Upper Whitehorse Creek Falls. Enjoy the fine view of the 16-metre-high falls.
|Length:||12 km one-way|
|Elevation Profile||260 m|
|Trail Map|| Map|