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près de Bevan, British Columbia (Canada)
Nymph Falls Park is relatively flat, following along a river grade with just a few ups and downs of 5-10 meters at most. Most of the paths are wide and flat, perfect for a Sunday stroll for those at any age. A few trails are trickier, with big roots and slippery footing. The best part of Nymph Falls is that some trails follow the river and offer great glimpses, overlooks, and access to the river bank and large rock outcrops in the flow, while other trails are in the woods where grand century-old trees reach to the sky.
Here the River Trail loops back into the Midline Trail if you'd like like to return to the parking lot a different way.
This is well outside the park and no place of car access to the Nymph Falls trail system. You can, however, walk this way from farther east and pass under the highway in a safe spot to reach Nymph Falls.
This is side route to a popular swimming hole.
Here you can crawl (or walk if 3' tall) under the roots of a large tree.