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Lundbreck Falls, Lundbreck

#60 of 126 in Nature in Alberta
Waterfall · Nature / Park
Lundbreck Falls is a waterfall of the Crowsnest River located in southwestern Alberta, Canada near the hamlet of Lundbreck.

It is adjacent to the Highway 3A crossing of the Crowsnest River, approximately 1.2 km (0.75 mi) off of the Crowsnest Highway (Highway 3), between Pincher Creek and Crowsnest Pass. The falls have a drop of about 12 metres (39 ft). Visitors can view Lundbreck Falls from the observation platform as well as hiking to below the falls.
A day use area and an overnight campground are maintained at the falls site.
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  • This is picture perfect place . We visited during winter and it looked amazing . The falls surrounded by beautiful hills. It has places for camping. Has tracks around the falls.  more »
  • We stopped at these falls as we were driving by them anyhow. They can be seen from the parking lot that is right beside the hwy. There is a bridge you can drive over if you prefer to view them from...  more »
  • Nice natural beauty. Fall is small however this is Jewel in Pincher Creek area. View of the Fall is awesome from the top on both sides. However if you go down you can explore the fall way and can take some stunning pictures. Area is small but worth to explore it.
  • Just off the main highway a couple of miles. The falls are beautiful and powerful. Some exploring down along the river can be done by going down a couple sets of steps. There are no hand rails, so take caution. There are 2 viewing platforms on the North side of the river and one on the South. There are bathroom facilities, a picnic table and garbage bins available at the parking area on the north side. I noticed a smaller parking area on the south side, but cannot comment of facilities there. Plan to spend at least 20 minutes or longer. The sound of the water is very relaxing so you may be there longer than you thought. If you decide to make the short hike down near the base of the falls, (you should) the rocks will be wet with mist and overspray. Wear appropriate footwear and take caution. Keep a close eye on younger children.
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