At 401 metres, this waterfall in Tweedsmuir Park in the Chilcotin country is the highest in BC, and the third highest in Canada.
Perhaps the reason this astonishing waterfall is not very well known is its remote location, deep in the back country.
One way to see the falls is by taking a 20 minute float plane ride from Nimpo Lake. It's also possible to land on Turner Lake. From there, the trail to the lookout is only a kilometer long.
Turner Lake is part of a popular back country canoe circuit. But be careful! You're in Bear Country.