Ammonite Falls from Doumont

Ammonite Falls from Doumont near Nanaimo, BC


This trail was given a rating of 4 out of 5 stars This trail was given a rating of 4 out of 5 stars This trail was given a rating of 4 out of 5 stars This trail was given a rating of 4 out of 5 stars This trail was given a rating of 4 out of 5 stars
5 kms
2hours
moderate
Hiking
Winter, Fall, Summer
Nanaimo, BC
User roco

One of the biggest falls in Nanaimo, Ammonite is a nice day hike. The trail from Doumont has a few steep sections and a log bridge to cross. The section from the top to the bottom of the falls has a rope to assist hikers as it is steep and often wet and slippery. A GPS or guide is a good idea as there are a fair number of other trails that lead off the main one.

Directions:

The trail can be found by heading up Doumont Road off Metral Drive or Biggs Road off Jingle Pot Road. The trail head is the first pull off on the left after Doumont Road meets Biggs Road.


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By nitabearPosted By: nitabear  - Mon Mar 07 05:07:24 UTC 2011 Not Rated Question Would love to hike there . Who can tell me from where I can enter the park coming from North Nanaimo


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By ashleydavid09Posted By: ashleydavid09  - Fri Jul 10 05:29:53 UTC 2009 Not Rated Upside Shorter hike, so families could make it with smaller kids. Gorgeous falls, and its great you can make it down there. Downside The mud! And lots of different trails so if you're directionally challenged a GPS would help. Comment Went to the falls in the Spring when there was still some snow around, so I'd love to see it in summer.


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