Locale: Banff National Park
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
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”)
‘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
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.
Johnston Canyon Waterfalls
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.