Imp Grotto v4a3II***

40m (2x45m)
2.5 hrs
Public access

Imp Grotto is a very short, but spectacular canyon, with a little bit of everything. The access is quick and easy, providing excellent rewards for minimal effort.

Cushat Creek

There is more information on this canyon available, but I’ve not had time to process it. This page is a ‘place holder’ designed to indicate the canyon has been descended. More info will be posted once I get round to it! Happy Canyoning! Chucky

Joe’s Creek

There is more information on this canyon available, but I’ve not had time to process it. This page is a ‘place holder’ designed to indicate the canyon has been descended. More info will be posted once I get round to it! Happy Canyoning! Chucky

Harris Creek

There is more information on this canyon available, but I’ve not had time to process it. This page is a ‘place holder’ designed to indicate the canyon has been descended. More info will be posted once I get round to it! Happy Canyoning! Chucky

Muir Creek v4a3III**

There is more information on this canyon available, but I’ve not had time to process it. This page is a ‘place holder’ designed to indicate the canyon has been descended. More info will be posted once I get round to it! Happy Canyoning! Chucky

Crow Creek

Looks impressive from Rd. Post glacial look on map. High flow, steep potential canyon. Public access Download research sheet for Crow Creek

Mossy Creek

Descended by Jethro Robinson and Alain Rohr Jan 2014. No canyon found, just lots of downclimbing (with no need for wetsuits) Download research sheet for Mossy Creek

Depot Creek Falls

Possible low volume schist canyon. Photo of Lower waterfall found on a website, doesn’t look enclosed, but would be worth exploring. Download research sheet for Depot Creek Falls