Canadian Rockies Road Trip – Dawson Falls, Wells Gray Provincial Park

After Helmcken Falls we made a short visit to see Dawson Falls before the end of the day.

Dawson Falls is one of seven waterfalls on the Murtle Rover in Wells Gray Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada.

Dawson Falls was named in 1913 by land surveyor Robert Henry Lee after George Herbert Dawson, the Surveyor-General for British Columbia from 1912-1917. Lee and his crew camped near Dawson Falls during the summers of 1913 and 1914 while they surveyed homesteaders’ lots along the south side of the Murtle River. On July 24, 1913, Lee was surveying west from Dawson Falls when he discovered Helmcken Falls.


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