Welcome to the BX falls! We have created this Tour for you to enjoy and learn all the great things the BX Creek area can teach you. All descriptions were written by Grade 3 and 4 students of BX elementary that have studied at the creek. You can learn about the various plants and animals as well as the importance of the BX Creek area for the Okangan Syilx People. We hope you enjoy your walk and find this tour interesting! For this tour take the path on the right and stop at the markers!
If you are new I will tell you a little bit about it. BX falls is a long walk through the forest. The walk is 5.8 km which is 5800 m long. The BX Creek known as BX falls is a long walk with lots of trees and creeks. BX falls has quite a bit of animals like humming birds, black bears, and a bit more too. Lots of trees and berries too like cedar trees, maple trees and berry trees. The Vernon irrigation found BX falls. They drew water from the creeks at BX falls from 1921 to 1957. Animals are allowed at BX falls there is a path for you to bring your animals on walks. The bridges are made for people to cross to the other side for people to explore the other side of BX falls. The bridges were made in 1921 the same year the Vernon irrigation started taking water from the creeks. Enjoy!
(Please feel free to contact BX Elementary for the resources the students used to put this project together.)