I’m researching a hike for the summer of 2007 to one of the highest “cascading” (3 drops) waterfalls in the world, Della on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. They are not often visited because access is difficult. On the normal route you must paddle or boat to the trailhead.
John Zimmerman posted photos from their paddle-in hike.
First view of Della Falls from the trail:
See all photos by John Zimmerman – Della Falls, 2004 – flickr
The Tod also posted photos of a 2006 hike. Here are some samples:
View of Della from atop the Love Lake trail:
Love Lake, July 1st, still frozen:
See all photos by The Tod – Della Falls, 2006 – flickr
Most hikers backtrack to the lake. I plan to hike out via Strathcona Provincial Park, likely exiting at the Mt Washington ski resort.
If you have any advice for me, leave a comment.