It is 5 minutes' drive from Hope. Plenty of shaded parking places. 1.4 km present walk. This time, one can only walks to the second tunnel, the bridge connecting the rest of the tunnel is closed due to unsafe condition which is unfortunate because from the other side of the bridge is the excellent view of the rumbling water dropping to a lower level of the river and form a waterfall.
During rainy season, it would be muddy and slippy, wear appropriate shoes.
Also, bring a good flash light or use your cellphone or follow someone who has one to see where u r going. It can be pitch dark in one long section.
No flash toilet.
It is a great place to take your children and your bicycles to spend an hour or two there to enjoy the fresh air and see the crystal clear jade green water flowing down a shallow river.
The tunnel was originally a rail road in pioneer time, now paved over with gravel.
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