6. Helmcken Falls, British Columbia
One of the most visited falls in BC, Helmcken falls, like Montmorency are a hit among the tourists owing to their easy accessibility. However, this can get in the way of those vacationers looking for less crowded attractions. The falls are part of the Wells Gray Provincial Park. Winters are the best time to visit the falls owing to the creation of an ice cone at the bottom of the canyon.
7. Pissing Mare Falls, Newfoundland
If you are looking for those Canadian waterfalls that aren’t as crowded as the Niagara or the Helmcken, Pissing Mare Falls (yeah, the name’s cool) promise a quiet retreat. Located at the Gros Morne National Park, the Pissing Mare Falls have ancient cliffs and some of the best views on offer.
8. Kinuseo Falls, British Columbia
Kinuseo Falls in British Columbia offer visitors a view of the free fall that’s 200 feet high. If you are exploring waterfalls in Northern British Columbia, these waterfalls should be up on your list.
9. Panther Falls, Alberta
The height of the free fall at the Panther is over 200 feet. Located at Banff National Park, Panther Falls receive heavy footfalls all throughout the year. You can take a short hike to explore the natural beauty of the surroundings and get up and close with the falls.
10. Little Qualicum Falls, British Columbia
There’s a good chance you may not have heard of this, but if you are looking at a quiet time with your family and be just by yourselves, Little Qualicum Falls in British Columbia can offer the ideal setting.
These were the top 10 waterfalls in Canada that you can enjoy with your family. If you are planning to celebrate the Christmas and New Year’s Eve in Canada, visiting some of these waterfalls will be an experience that you will cherish for a long time.