Walking the World: Johnston Canyon, Banff National Park, Canada

Oct 17, 2016    /    wild adventures

hiking trail

wood

stump

chipmunk

ramp

Chad

water

dam

waterfall

waterfalls

There’s a reason Banff National Park is such a wildly popular place. It’s a rare part of the world where you find this much natural beauty crammed into one park. This hike was the popular Johnston Canyon route. We went up as far as the upper waterfall, but you can continue on beyond that, making this hike as long as you like. The early parts of the hike are crowded during the summer, so I suggest heading out early and/or hiking farther in if you’d like some solitude.


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All photos taken with my Sony a6000.

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