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upper & lower falls at Johnston Canyon






upper & lower falls at "Johnston Canyon" is a hike, so be prepared. eat a snack,  take lunch and water. just a hint!! if you are afraid of height this might NOT be the hike for you. you have to walk very close to others & take some interesting twists and turns.



here is a video of the waterfalls so you can see the force, sound, all that jazz. enjoy!! pics taken August 2014. Beth ( :

Comments

eileeninmd said…
Hello Beth, Johnston Canyon looks beautiful. A gorgeous place for a hike. Is this in Canada? Wonderful photos and video! Happy March, have a great day!
Linda Kay said…
Beth, don't you just love the falls. The rushing water is better even than listening to the ocean. I find them mesmerizing.
TexWisGirl said…
just beautiful! and rushing away!
don said…
This trail sounds exciting. The waterfall in the canyon is very attractive.
Rose said…
Beautiful place!
Missy George said…
Beautiful pictures, Beth..Not sure I would like that narrow, high path to walk..Love the colors..Have a wonderful week..
Oh my goodness, what an incredibly beautiful place!!! xx
George said…
I don't know if we'll ever get to Banff, but if we do I definitely want to visit these falls.
Ruth Hiebert said…
These pictures brought back a lot of memories. My husband ,son and some in-laws,made that hike years ago. It was beautiful.
William Kendall said…
Boy is it refreshing to see that place again. Beautiful shots!
Beth said…
Oh, what a beautiful place! Awesome pics too, Beth.
Judy said…
Beautiful Beth! I absolutely love waterfalls.
Linda said…
Wow! Awesome place!

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