Cliff Gilker Park – Nov 13, 2008

Cliff Gilker Park is one of my favourite parks on the Sunshine Coast. It is possible to take a 10 minute break and enjoy a beautiful waterfall. It is also possible to walk for and hour or two and explore a wonderful forest, see amazing blowdowns, and imagine what BC looked like before Europeans arrived. Cliff Gilker is wheelchair accessible to the waterfall overlook. The rest of the trails are easy hiking that walkers of all ages can enjoy.
After a week of rain, it was wonderful to see clear skies and sunshine all day. The creek is quite full with lots of clear rushing water. The water crashes over the rocks so that next to the falls you can’t hear anything else.

One Reply to “Cliff Gilker Park – Nov 13, 2008”

  1. Leslie:

    Hi C, thanks for dropping by and letting me know about your B&B. The problem is that I usually travel with a friend who is a woman and we prefer to have two beds at the very least. Most B&Bs have queen-sized beds and we don’t share a bed. I did look at your web page and if I ever come that way again – maybe with another one or two lady friends – we’ll check you out. It’d be appreciated if you could let me know of any B&Bs that have two double beds or have smaller rooms that we could each rent. Thanks again.

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