The relatively flat land around Little Qualicum Falls Provincial Park doesn't hint at the fact that there are waterfalls around. Though if you visit this park, you'll see why. Watercourses in this are of Vancouver Island have eroded down to a layer of what appeared to be Limestone (or a similar bedrock) Canyon, creating several small waterfalls as it descends. The falls start off dropping over a 20 and 25 foot double drop (seen here). The river then turns 90 degrees and drops over another 10 foot fall as it turns back 90 degrees in the opposite direction (resuming it's previous course). The upper tiers cannot be seen with the lower tier, and vice versa. Please remain within the fenced viewing areas here, the gorge is very dangerous, and lacks any access short of an airlift. Swimming is not allowed in the upper gorge.