A statement from the Squamish RCMP explains that the terrain is still immensely unsafe.
All three victims were well known social media professionals.
Gamble is a controversial blogger who got in trouble in 2016 when his group walked through a protected volcanic area in Yellowstone National Park.
Squamish Search and Rescue (SAR), Lions Bay SAR, BC Ambulance, Squamish Fire, TEAAM, BC Parks, and Squamish RCMP attended the scene in order to coordinate search efforts.
Federal police in Canada say search and rescue teams in British Columbia have recovered the bodies.
Searchers used an underwater camera to scour the pool on Tuesday in hopes of determining its depth as they searched for the hikers.
"Getting the helicopter in to actually do an extraction out of there has its challenges", he said.
Sascha Banks from Squamish RCMP said crews are still working to recover the bodies from the water.
Banks says efforts to find the three would continue overnight into tomorrow when additional RCMP and SAR teams will be on site.
"It's not accessible unless you drop into this pool, and there's no way other than to say that it's extremely unsafe to get there so that's something that we're trying to figure out the logistics of".
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Around noon yesterday, the trio fell about 30 metres into a pool below.
"Unless you have the knowledge of that area, the expertise and the right equipment you should not be up there", Banks said.
The other victim is believed to be Megan "Mindy" Scraper, according to social media posts from a friend who witnessed the accident on the trail.
The search for three swimmers who plunged 30 metres over a waterfall near Squamish has ended in tragedy.
RCMP says the swimmers were all in their twenties or early thirties.
Teams spent the afternoon looking for them before their bodies were discovered Tuesday night in a steep section that is very challenging to access.
UPDATE: 8:45 a.m.
Shannon Falls Provincial Park is about two kilometres south of Squamish, on the Sea-to-Sky Highway to Whistler.
"The terrain is extremely hard, very unsafe, and the water flow will be heavy with the warm temperatures today, increasing the risk to those in the recovery effort", Banks said in a news release.