Strike Some Yoga Poses at Jamieson falls
Jamieson Creek Falls is a beautiful place to practice yoga and take some pictures. While the falls are beautiful year-round, my favourite time to visit is in May when the spring run-off has the water moving over the falls at full force creating an amazing spray.
The trail head is located on a logging road with plenty of pot holes so be sure to drive slowly and carefully and if you have a radio, you may want to turn it to 152.900 and listen for on-coming logging trucks. There are plenty of places to pull over and let trucks pass and the road is wide for the most part.
HOW TO GET THERE – Drive down Westsyde road past black pines for about 20 minutes then, after a tight left hand turn, you will see the white "Jamieson Creek FSR" sign on your right. If you go across a wooden plank bridge, you just missed the turn! Stay on the main road, until you cross two yellow bridges and when your trip meter says 12.2 Km, there'll be a pull out to your right. You will see a yellow mile marker sign nailed to a tree that says 13 and beneath that a sign that says “Must Call”. From there cross the road to the creek side, climb down the bank and there is the trail head. Follow it for about 15 minutes until you cross a rickety bridge and there you will see the falls.