Kennedy Falls is in the district of North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It’s a 11 KM in and out hiking trail. Elevation gain is about 150 meters. However, don’t let that mild distance and low elevation gain fool you. It’s an unofficial trail of the district therefore it doesn’t get proper maintenance. It’s the muddiest trial I have been to. To get to the water falls, you have to cross numerous running streams, climb down (and up when you coming back) a rope, avoid tree roots, climb over some rocks and boulders, and watch out for muddy water puddles. At least you will see the 600+ years old cedar tree. The water falls itself is beatiful. It’s not a straight waterfalls as the other ones. It’s cascading down the hill.