Waterfalls


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Athabasca Falls, Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada.

Blakiston Falls, Waterton, Alberta.
Information.

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Bighorn Falls in Winter.

Blue Rock trail, Alberta, Canada. 25 October 2005 Nikon © Information

Bow Falls, Town of Banff, Alberta, Canada. Nikon D70 ©

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Buller Creek Falls, Alberta, Canada. 13 Jul 2007

“Buller Mtn trailhead- Within 15 minutes, cross a bridge to Buller Creek’s north bank. The trail ascends moderately then contours for nearly 1 km through spruce forest. At 2.8 km, 1985 m, cross a bridge to the creek’s south bank. Ascend more steeply, then enjoy a level reprieve. Where the forest opens, you can look up both valleys: right (east-southeast) leads to Buller Pass; left (northeast) leads to North Buller Pass. Mt. Buller is farther left (directly north). At 2100 m (6888 ft), about an hour from the trailhead, pass a turquoise pool where the creek cascades into a rock bowl.” – Hiking Camping.com

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Cat Creek Falls, Alberta, Canada/ 2.9.07

Cypress falls, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Elbow Falls Please click above for more. Alberta, Canada.

Elbow Falls in winter. Please click above for more. Alberta, Canada.

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Elk Falls Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.  Please click above for more.

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Englishman River Falls, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Please click above for more.

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Grotto Falls, Kananaskis. Alberta, Canada.

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Heart Creek Alberta, Canada in Summer.

Johnston Canyon You can walk along the Canyon listening the water and feeling the breeze.  There is a paved walkway to the second waterfalls about 3 Km one way.  You will see ancient water erosion of the canyon and see how long it took to what we see now. Johnston Canyon Resort. Wear comfortable shoes, a walking stick is handy. Winter: Ice climbing. The catwalk and waterfalls are frozen in winter, use ice-walkers and a walking stick.

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Johnston’s Canyon.
Winter.

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Johnston Canyon & Ink Pots in Summer.

Karst Spring Alberta, Canada

La Manche Falls Trail
Please click above for more.
Newfoundland, Canada.

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Little Qualicum Falls. Please click above for more. Vancouver Island

Mac Donald Falls, Glacier National Park in Montana U.S.A.

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Malign Canyon, Jasper, Alberta. Nikon D70 ©

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Maligne Canyon, Jasper, Alberta.
October 2001

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Matthew River Falls near Ghost Lake on the Back Road to Barkerville.

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Niagara Falls

Opal Falls, Alberta, Canada.
Summer

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Opal Falls, Alberta, Canada.
Winter.

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

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Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Ram Falls, Ya Ha Tinda, Alberta, Canada.

Red Rock Canyon, Waterton, Alberta, Canada.

Shannon Falls, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Sheep River Falls, Alberta, Canada.
Sheep River Falls

“Located off a short trail in the Sheep River Wildlife Sanctuary and Provincial Park, these falls are a good spot for the whole family. The area is easy to explore around the falls, and has a trail system that follows the river eastward. A second set of falls is immediately to the east of the main falls. Both are certainly worth the visit.” – Mac Donald

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Spray Falls, Alberta Canada.

Tower Fall, Yellowstone, U.S.A. “Tower Fall is the most recognizable natural feature in the district. The 132-foot drop of Tower Creek, framed by eroded volcanic pinnacles has been documented by park visitors from the earliest trips of Europeans into the Yellowstone region. It’s idyllic setting has inspired numerous artists, including Thomas Moran. His painting of Tower Fall played a crucial role in the establishment of Yellowstone National Park in 1872. The nearby Bannock Ford on the Yellowstone River was an important travel route for early Native Americans as well as for early European visitors and miners up to the late 19th century.” – NPS

Troll Falls, Alberta, Canada.

Campgrounds.

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8 Responses to Waterfalls

  1. perdebytjie says:

    Sjoe dis pragtig….soveel verskillende watervalle!Dankie hiervoor,Tokeloshe.

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  2. colonialist says:

    There is something truly hypnotic about waterfalls. These are all impressive – but Shannon seems totally WILD, while Matthew River Falls does get around a bit!

    Liked by 1 person

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