Alexander Falls

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Alexander Falls
Alexander Falls near Whistler, British Columbia.jpg
LocationNear Whistler
Coordinates50°08′08″N 123°07′41″W / 50.13556°N 123.12806°W / 50.13556; -123.12806
TypeTiered
Total height141 feet (43 m)
Number of drops3
Total width40 feet (12 m)
WatercourseMadeley Creek

Alexander Falls is a waterfall on Madeley Creek, a tributary of Callaghan Creek in the Callaghan Valley area of the Sea to Sky Country of southwestern British Columbia, Canada. The falls are located just below a bridge on the access road to Callaghan Lake Provincial Park, at the head of the valley, which lies to the west of the resort town of Whistler.[1][2]

The falls consist of three drops that total up to 141 feet (43 m) in total. The falls are about 40 feet (12 m) wide.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Alexander Falls". BC Geographical Names.
  2. ^ Waterfalls of the Pacific Northwest: Alexander Falls

Coordinates: 50°08′08″N 123°07′41″W / 50.13556°N 123.12806°W / 50.13556; -123.12806