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The waterfalls at Margaretsville are accessible at at low tides, however, the beach is largely cobble so good footwear is required. And bring a camera…
Nictaux hydroelectric generating station The hydro station, penstock, and containment dam were built in the 1930s to provide power to Middleton and surrounding areas. The water for the station is supplied through a penstock that runs under the old, and … Continue reading
A time reversal slow motion clip of Stotan Falls, Vancouver Island
Nymph Falls were the result of an early-1950s creation of a fish ladder on the Puntledge River, completed by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans and BC Hydro.
A bit of mist at Elk Falls
The upper falls at Englishman River Falls Provincial Park ll A bit of video of the Englishman River as viewed from the Top Bridge suspension bridge, and the falls at Englishman River Falls Provincial Park in Errington.
I’ve always had a healthy respect for the Puntledge River, which translates in staying out of it as the water in much of the river capable of sweeping you away, but on this hot summer day with low water flows, … Continue reading
Low water flows on the Puntledge make for some great swimming in the pot holes upstream and downstream at Stotan Falls – 30 July 2015.
The Duncan Bay Main logging road bridge over the Puntledge River at Stotan Falls, on a hot summer day after a brief downpour.