First night with two 6 week olds in a tent went without a hitch. The girls slept in a Brica bassinet together. They had their usual wake ups to fed but other than that pretty uneventful. We woke up to Bexley having a few mosquito bites on her head and face; there must have been one in with us overnight. That morning Tyson and Natalie went kayaking again while the girls and I stayed back and relaxed. I chose to attempt going for a shower. So I packed the girls up in their car seats and headed for the showers. There was just enough room to put the two seats side by side in the dry side of the shower stall and for me to squeeze by into the shower. Both slept peacefully. Once all cleaned up we ventured out for a walk, with the Weego baby carrier which carries both babies on the front together, to the tourist info booth. They had a wealth of information for us to plan our next day of sightseeing.
We decided to go from the furthest main point of attraction back to the entrance of the Park.
First stop, Helmcken Falls. At 47.5 km into Wells Gray Provincial Park the Murtle River free-falls 462 meters into a plunge pool below. This is the famous fall to see in this park. We threw the babies in their Boba carriers and hiked the 5 minutes to the viewing area. Quite a spectacular view. We then had a picnic lunch and continued on our way.
We then proceeded to Green Mountain Tower which was 5 km off the main road. We drove right to the base of the tower and climbed the stairs to the top which gave 360 degree views of the mountain tops. This was not a must view but could be a nice lunch spot on a hot day. Moul Falls is at kilometre 21. This is a MUST see for sure. It is a round trip hike into the falls of 5 km. Once you get to the top of the falls you take the trail to the left around and down down down into the canyon base. There, with babies in tow in the Boba carriers, we were able to walk behind the falls. So refreshing on the hot day it was.