Tlatlos Creek Falls

Tlatlos Creek Falls, Vancouver Island, BC
Tlatlos Creek Falls, Vancouver Island, BC, photo by Bud Logan

Tlatlos Creek runs into Eve River just above the Eve River dryland sort. It has a wild journey down from its source before finally flowing over the Tlatlos Creek Falls. If you park in the large pullout just before the bridge, you can walk down to find a rough trail on the left. This trail will take you to a great view spot. We plan on returning soon to improve this trail and extend it to the top side of the falls.

Tlatlos Creek, Vancouver Island, BC
Tlatlos Creek, Vancouver Island, BC, photo by Bud Logan

Just past the falls you will see the tlatlos main on the left-hand side of the road. If you turn here, you can head up to a couple of bridges that cross a tributary just above the creek and one that crosses Tlatlos creek further up the road,  giving you access to the upper reaches. Watch for logging trucks, turn your lights on.

Eve and Adams Junction, Vancouver Island, BC
Eve and Adams Junction, Vancouver Island, BC, photo by Bud Logan

If you continue down the Eve River mainline, you will come to the junction pool campsite where are a number of spots surrounded by giant trees and beautiful scenes of the wild rivers as they join up. Fishing has improved in the Eve and Adams Rivers and one of the best places to fish is at the junction pool, where the Adam river joins. It’s such a beautiful spot located where the two rivers join, the fish can get pretty big here. The spot is so nice that l never really care if I get a bite, it’s nice to just be here.

Naka Creek Falls, Vancouver Island, BC
Naka Creek Falls, Vancouver Island, BC, photo by Bud Logan

When you are here, make sure you visit the other falls in the area. Make sure you visit the Naka Creek Falls and the Montague Falls. Both these falls are pretty cool to see, we like to visit in the rainy season as this makes them look pretty wild. But they are cool even in the summer months.

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