Did you know? Strathcona Park, created in 1911, is B.C.'s first provincial park.
Outdoor Vancouver Newsletter
July 31, 2017
Crooked Falls in Squamish
Crooked Falls is an incredible waterfall along the Sigurd Creek Trail in Upper Squamish. The trail is a peaceful and moderately challenging trek through the forest. The Sigurd Trail reaches Crooked Falls at around 490 m elevation. You get some unique views of the waterfall as Sigurd Creek tumbles down the mountain, in a crooked fashion.
There are two angles at which to view Crooked Falls. The first is from the side, tucked against a cliff wall. The second is from an outcrop just in front of the falls, which provides an up close (and wet) vantage point.