Silverton Falls is a two-tiered waterfall (maybe with more hidden tiers) reached on a quiet but also confusing 1.4km hike in Banff NP near Lake Louise, Canada.
Bridal Veil Falls is a 370m tall but thin waterfall that was easy for us to miss if not for a sign by a pullout on the Icefields Parkway indentifying it.
Panther Falls is a 60m waterfall accessed from the same pullout as that of the Bridal Veil Falls view on the Icefields Parkway in Banff National Park, Canada.
‘Sideways Falls’ (‘Big Bend Falls’) is a tall roadside waterfall that we noticed while driving the Big Bend part of the Icelands Parkway in Banff NP, Canada.
The Weeping Wall pertains to a wall of supposedly many waterfalls (if conditions allow) seen along Icefields Parkway beneath Cirrus Mountain in Alberta, Canada.
Bow Glacier Falls is a growing waterfall draining the rapidly receding Bow Glacier in the Icefields Parkway seen from the Num Ti Jah Lodge in Alberta, Canada.
The Johnston Canyon Waterfalls comprise a Lower Falls and Upper Falls as well as few more smaller ones experienced in a 5.4km return gorge hike in Banff NP.
Bow Falls is a 9m tall but wide waterfall on the Bow River situated in the backside of the town of Banff, Canada, near the Banff Springs Resort so it’s popular.