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I drove all the way there(3 1/2 hours) to hike in to see this canyon , plus paid the daily park fee to get there and find out that it was closed! What a complete waste of time and money!! I had checked out a...More
Mistaya Canon can be found some 500 m from the highway and you do not need any special footwear even though it can come handy.
You cannot get lost along the way, plus you will hear the roaring of the river soon and that will...More
We had a lovely clear day travelling the Icefield parkway. This stop was mentioned in my lonely planet guide and it was not a big hike so thought we would give it a look. Wow it ended up being one of my fave places we...More
Mistaya Canyon in Alberta's Banff National Park is a short walk rather than a hike great for those who wish to experence the great outdoors with minimal exertion.
You need to buy a Banff Park Pass to stop and park.
We stopped here on our drive up to the Athabaska glacier. The hike down was short but rocky so watch your step. There was no one else when we got there so we had an opportunity to really soak in the sights on our own....More
Mistaya Canyon has all the grandeur of other canyons in Jasper and Banff and yet, it receives little attention.
I definitely deserves a stop over. The geological formation is stunning, with powerful flow of water.
It wasn't much of a hike, really. More like a short walk from top of hill to bottom of hill, where you then cross a bridge and take in the breathtaking sight before you.
We had heard about this place from a kind couple during...More
We spent a week in the Rockies and I barely saw anything advertising this canyon or suggesting it to tourists, but it is absolutely worth a visit if you’re driving the icefields parkway! Only a 5min walk from the side of the road, and it’s...More
Mistaya Canyon is located about 5 km south of Saskatchewan Crossing along the Icefields Parkway going through Banff and Jasper National Parks.
From the parking area, a short walk (~10 minutes, about 1 km each way) through the peaceful forest led to a wooden bridge...More