We happened on this by accident. No charge for a number of different hiking paths. The force of the water was amazing.
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I took my husband and kids (14, 12, 9) here on our family vacation to the Rocky Mountains. It was a must for me as I vaguely remembered it from my own trip 30 years before and I'd read in brochures how nice it is....More
Walking along the flowing river inside this narrow canyon will give you some breathtaking Scenic. Needless to say, keen photographers and visitors will be busily making the shots they like. Remember, the scene varies from one end to the other. A beautiful beautiful hidden gem...More
We decided on an early start to avoid the crowds (mid June- arrived at 8.30). We chose to park at 6th Bridge and hike the whole length and back. From the 5th bridge the canyon really starts and the views of the raging river were...More
I was hoping for a proper hike but this was a gentle, guided walk along steady pathways. We were shown some interesting vegetation and there were some fine waterfalls, particularly the bridal veil falls.
A particularly beautiful place was charged to the whole family. The place is organized and arranged steeply uphill and the appearance while the immigration is already moving you. On the mountain is revealed an entire world spread before you from the rivers to the heights...More
Beautiful spot, unfortunately the smoke from the BCs fires blew in and the mountains could not be seen very well but the staff made up for that by entaining us with great bits of info.
We didn't realize that this would easily be our favorite spot. Definitely worth the stop. We walked from Bridge 1 to Bridge 4. They were all amazing, but if you are weary due to disability (as my mother is) let it be noted that Bridge...More
Doesn't matter how many times we come to Jasper, Maligne canyon is always breathtaking! Easy to hike down, but back up is very steep.