- Great Central Lake. The only way to access Della Falls is across Great Central Lake. At 35 km long, it is the second-deepest lake on Vancouver Island. Whether you paddle or ride the water taxi, getting to the trailhead is part of the adventure.
- Drinkwater Creek. Named after prospector Joe Drinkwater, your constant friend on the Della Falls Trail is Drinkwater Creek. You will cross it several times on your hike to the falls and hear it while you fall asleep.
- Margaret Creek. There is a camp at gorgeous Margaret Creek, but it is also a prime spot to have your lunch break. The noisy waters are clear and green. Views can be had from the BC Parks bridge, or surrounding bluffs.
- Waterfalls. The main objective of this trip is of course to see famous Della Falls! The Canadian Government recognizes Della Falls as the highest waterfall in Canada. However, the World Waterfall Database reports otherwise. There are also many other waterfalls tumbling down mountains to enjoy.
- Love Lake. If weather and time permits, a day-trip up to subalpine aquamarine Love Lake is a must. The hike can be a hot march, but the reward is the best swim of your life. Bring a picnic and enjoy views of Mount Septimus and Mount Rosseau.