Canim Falls is a waterfall on the Canim River between Canim and Mahood Lakes in the Cariboo region of the Central Interior of British Columbia, Canada. Canim Falls is inside the boundary of Wells Gray Provincial Park. A trail from Mahood Lake Road leads to Canim Falls and nearby Mahood Falls.
Canim Lake is about 37km, one of the largest lakes in the Cariboo. It is the traditional territory of the Secwepemc (Shuswap) First Natio. Canim Lake features Canim Falls, volcanic cones (near Spanish Creek), and ancient First Nation pictographs. Its geological history is evident in the glacial remnants of a big pebble beach. Many activities abound at this lake, including skiing, snowmobiling, sledding and sleigh-rides, skating, hiking, paddling, and fishing.