Wapta Falls, Yoho National Park

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  • There is a parking lot near the start of the walk to the falls. The walk itself is nice and goes through a forest. It is about 2.5km one way. We walked to the bottom of the falls and enjoyed the spray...  more »
  • this place is not appropriate for mobility challenged visitors. the trail is a bare minimum dirt trail over mountainous terrain. the water fall and its environment are so pristine and gorgeous that is...  more »
  • The walk to the falls is pretty anti-climactic. I did a somewhat of a scramble trail to get down to the level of the falls, walked a lot closer, thought "Ha, the spray isn't that bad, what was the int...  more »
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  • Very fun, beautiful site. A bit of a hike (45min) of typical rockies forest to get to the site, but impressive falls with fun islands to explore downstream. Make sure you get into the spray on the first.
  • Well worth a visit! Only a small 30min walk to get to the waterfall.
  • Trail not as developed as other trails. But falls view is worth out. Very easy to miss driving from the Alberta side.
  • Well maintained trail. Trail is a bit on the short side though, but the falls definitely makes up for it. Also a couple of good vantage points along the way to see the surrounding mountains just off the trail.
  • A nice relatively short and level hike, until you get to the Falls, where you can walk down to the bottom and enjoy the view from below. Well worth the trip especially during times of high water.