British Columbia, Canada
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This waterfall has been surveyed, mapped and measured in person by the World Waterfall Database.
HISTORY AND NAMES
- Rostrum Falls is the Unofficial name of this waterfall
Though lofty, this waterfall is much more of an afterthought when taken in context with the other scenery in the valley - let alone the other monstrous waterfalls found in the vicinity.
Location and directions
Turn off the Trans-Canada Highway on Donald Road (signed for the town of Donald), then after a kilometer, turn left onto the Bush River FSR. Follow the Bush River Road for 63km then turn right onto the Valenciennes River FSR shortly after crossing the Valenciennes River. Follow the Valenciennes Road for 18km then bear left onto the Mons Creek - Icefall FSR and follow it for another 5km to Arras Cascade on the right (uphill). Rostrum Falls can be seen across the valley, immediately below Bush and Icefall Peaks. The road network in this area is not frequently maintained and can be rough. High clearance vehicles with 4wd capabilities are recommended.
|Rostrum Falls is shown in the center. Additional nearby waterfalls (if any) can be found in the list below.|
Additional Nearby Waterfalls
|Name of Waterfall||Distance|
|Bush Mountain Falls||1.03 mi / 1.64 km|
|Arras Cascade||1.68 mi / 2.68 km|
|Icefall Peak Falls||3.6 mi / 5.77 km|
|Tethys Falls||3.62 mi / 5.8 km|
|Navy Creek Falls||3.74 mi / 5.98 km|
|Naiad Falls||4.05 mi / 6.49 km|
|Potamoi Falls||4.16 mi / 6.65 km|
|Cerberus Falls||4.84 mi / 7.74 km|
|Unnamed Waterfall||4.98 mi / 7.97 km|
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Because the falls are viewed at over 2 kilometers away, a long telephoto is needed to get a good, fully framed shot of the waterfall (though arguably the mountains above are much more scenic). The falls face east and will see best lighting during the late morning hours.
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