Among the highest in Canada, the waters of this waterfall in Yoho National Park drop 1,260 feet from the top. It was nothing short of impressive and something whose scale is tough to capture in an image.
Fed by waters from the Daly Glacier, its name is taken from the Cree and loosely translated means “it is magnificent.” That certainly seems fitting.
We actually only went here on whim as we had finished our planned sightseeing earlier than planned and were looking for something to fill up the time. Boy are we glad we chose this to see!