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The falls, in the northern half of Yoho park, drop 833 ft -- making it one of the highest waterfalls in Canada. The falls are spectacular in early summer, when melting snow and ice provide ample runoff.
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Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada
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Takakkaw Falls was one of the best falls we saw. The enormous drop of the falls will amaze you. The parking is good and the path is well maintained. We had a lady with a stroller on it with us, if that helps you understand that most anyone can walk right up to the falls. The
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We stayed at Cathedral Mountain Lodge and it is about a 13 km drive from there. There are a couple of switch back on the way but it is an easy and picturesque drive. Parking is quite difficult but we were there in the early afternoon. There is a gentle walk on tarmac paths to
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Takakkaw Falls is the second highest waterfall in Canada. It is a sight to behold. Very easy to get to and worth stopping to view.
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I guess these are one of the highest falls in the country. short walk from the parking lot. The drive here is on a windy road. if you have a long vehicle, there are a couple of hairpin turns to get here, could get stuck. visit the info center at Field before going up.
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This is a top attraction in Yo Ho and definitely worth visiting. The falls are impressive and there is an easy well laid out trail to the base of the falls. We were not there in the main holiday period and parking was not a problem but I can imagine this area being very crowded
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