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Alfred Creek Falls
   British Columbia, Canada

This waterfall is known to exist but its stature and / or location have not yet been verified by the World Waterfall Database.
Alfred Creek Falls is a series of cascades streaming off the Alfred Glacier on the west side of Mount Alfred in the Coast Mountains near the head of Bute Inlet. Based on little evidence, we had initially suspected the falls to extend well up the mountainside, dropping for close to 700 meters but with more information and more accurate terrain models, its clear our initial estimate was much too optimistic. Best case scenario the falls along the creek drop for perhaps 150 meters but we feel a more reasonable estimate would be about 75-90 meters - the rest of the loss in elevation is over a long enough run that we feel the slope is too shallow to be considered a single, consistent set of cascades (though it is possible further evidence could sway our opinion back).


  • Alfred Creek Falls is the Unofficial name of this waterfall

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Additional Nearby Waterfalls

Name of Waterfall Distance
Unnamed Waterfall 3.12 mi / 4.99 km
Barkshack Creek Falls 4.58 mi / 7.33 km
Pilldolla Creek Falls 4.97 mi / 7.95 km


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