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Myra Falls
   British Columbia, Canada

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This waterfall has been confirmed by the World Waterfall Database, has been mapped and its height has been approximated but exact measurements have not yet been confirmed.
Myra Falls is a roughly 200 foot tall series of plunges and punchbowl waterfalls found where Myra Creek empties into Buttle Lake in Strathcona Provincial Park on Vancouver Island. The falls are separated into three main sections with large pools in between. The uppermost consists of two drops in narrow gorge, the middle is three drops where the creek encounters a wide set of steps and the final two drops occur where the creek crashes directly into Buttle Lake. The falls are accessible via a short trail from the Westmin-Buttle Lake Road in the park.

HISTORY AND NAMES


  • Also Known as: Lower Myra Falls
  • Myra Falls is the Official name of this waterfall


Myra 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
Thelwood Creek Falls 2.71 mi / 4.34 km
Upper Myra Falls 3.9 mi / 6.24 km
Delightful Falls 4.51 mi / 7.21 km

 

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