Roughly a 55 minute drive up the Ingraham Trail there's a trail called- well actually I was fairly sure it was the Cameron River Falls Trail but after extensive googling, now I'm not so sure. We've hiked the Cameron Falls Trail before- it's about 20 minutes before this particular trail (along a very rough gravel road) but I prefer this one. It's a much shorter hike but the falls are smaller and far more accessible. You can get off the marked trail and wander up through the bush to the top of the falls... it's always fun to throw sticks in the water and see what path they take. Earlier in the year we did this when the water was still partially frozen... it was cool to see where the sticks came out from under the ice.
Oh! I almost forgot! Roughly a meter from where I was standing when I took the 'selfie' I found a wild blueberry bush... with a handful of blueberries still attached to it. Naturally they were quickly picked and eaten, although there was no convincing R to try some.