Shannon Falls is the third tallest falls in the BC. Located on the sea to sky corridor adjacent to the Stawamus Chief, Shannon Falls is definitely a site not to be missed.
There is a short walking trail leading to the lower lookout of Shannon Falls. This paved path crosses over a wooden bridge and a creek before reaching the viewpoint at the base of the falls. From the lower viewing platform visitors enjoy fantastic views of the towering waterfall disappearing into a cloud of mist.
Dropping from 335 metres (1,105 ft) above it’s base, Shannon Falls is an impressive sight rising above Howe Sound.
The tumbling waters of Shannon Falls originate from Mount Habrich and Mount Sky Pilot.
Interesting Shannon Falls Park Facts
- The Carling O’Keefe Brewery purchased the area in 1976, using • the pure mountain water to brew beer, and turning the area into a logging show park. In 1982 the land was donated to BC Parks.
- There is evidence of logging activity here from roughly 90 years • ago. A number of excellent spring board notches on old stumps are scattered throughout the forested area and much of the deadfall also exhibits evidence of that era’s logging techniques.
- Shannon Falls marks the gateway to the vast recreational • resources of the Squamish-Pemberton area and is a major stop along the Nugget Route; a historic highway touring loop from Vancouver to Lillooet using Highway 99, the Duffey Lake Road and Highway 1.