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Sunwapta Falls

Sunwapta Falls, part of Jasper National Park. gorgeous!!! no cliff jumping allowed. can you imagine?!! shockingly high heights. Beth ( :


eileeninmd said…
Good Morning Beth, the falls is lovely. What a beautiful place.. Jasper looks like a great place to visit. Happy Thursday!
Gorgeous view! The sound of the water must be very loud.
Stunningly gorgeous!
Linda Kay said…
I always get my "falls fix" from your blog when you post some of these. They are so beautiful and bring sounds of the water to my ears.
George said…
Thanks for sharing another beautiful waterfall with us. We really need to get to Canada.
Rose said…
Beth, this must have been the vacation of a lifetime...such amazing beauty!
don said…
Fine "falls" pictures. The flow of water is impressive for its amount and route as it cascades through the gorge.
TexWisGirl said…
really beautiful!
William Kendall said…
Quite a cauldron. An impressive waterfall!
Missy George said…
Gorgeous waterfall..A little scarey..Impressive for sure
Ruth Hiebert said…
Those falls are amazing.
Stephanie said…
Beautiful views!
Linda said…
So pretty but it makes me dizzy just looking at it.
A Quiet Corner said…
Awesome falls but a tad scary!!!...:)JP
Cheryl @ TFD said…
You see the most beautiful scenes! The falls are so pretty and even tho I'm afraid of heights, I'd be brave to stand at the fence to look. :)
Enjoy your weekend!
Michelle said…
What a gorgeous place!
Nancy's Notes said…
What stunning photographs! I'd love to see the falls in person! By the way, your header is just gorgeous!

Happy Saturday~

Ida said…
Oh my those are high cliffs and gorgeous falls. I'm not sure I'd even want near the fence much less dive off the cliff.
Betsy Adams said…
I have always heard how gorgeous the waterfalls are in that area... The one you have showed us is AWESOME. Hope we get to see it someday.


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