Josephine Falls, a 25-metre waterfall located in an isolated canyon scenery, is your reward at the finish of a 2.3 km walking trail.
Professor Henry F. Osborn and his family found this beautiful waterfall in 1905, and it was named after Miss Josephine Osborn, their maid who caught the biggest fish ever recorded from that site. Elkford’s most popular path, a moderate climb, leads to Josephine Falls. Proceed to the Falls, which are about 2.3 kilometres away from the trailhead. The falls are pretty magnificent even in the middle of summer and during a dry year.
Turn east at the four-way stop onto Fording Road after you arrive in Elkford. Follow this route for 5 km and look for the Josephine Falls parking lot signpost. To get to Josephine Falls, use the Forests, Falls, and Lakes Trail.