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Johnston Canyon

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Johnston Canyon

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GlenFC wrote a review Jan. 3
Gold Coast, Australia303 contributions126 helpful votes
This is a lovely location and worth a visit. The walk along the canyon was incredible and not too difficult. I would love to do it again in winter. It was certainly busier than we expected and we didn’t allow enough time. Our operator allowed us 1.5hrs but we probably needed 2-3 to really enjoy it. The onsite restaurant was disappointing in relation to staff service (quite rude).
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Date of experience: September 2020
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J V wrote a review Oct. 2020
15 contributions3 helpful votes
Bit of a hike, but nice pathway and worth the walk! We biked down the Bow Valley Parkway during the closure.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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LivinganAdventure wrote a review Oct. 2020
Edmonton, Canada126 contributions25 helpful votes
We rode our bikes along hwy 1a during the closure, from Castle Junction. Fairly easy ride, and fun to ride in the middle of the highway! We hiked to the upper falls, which is lovely, but going through the hole in the rock at the lower falls was by far the highlight. We went late in the day and practically had the place to ourselves, which was spectacular and unusual!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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buttercup1211 wrote a review Oct. 2020
Winnipeg, Canada1,570 contributions277 helpful votes
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Right from the parking lot and to the upper falls, this trail was just beautiful at every turn. From the babbling brooks, to the rapids as you get closer to the falls, and the the actual falls themselves, the walk and slight climbs are worth it! I think my favourite is the viewing platform to the lower falls because you just feel the power of it right in front of you. Highway 1A is closed from Castle Junction so do yourself a favour and book a reservation breakfast or brunch at Blackswift Bistro so the Parks Canada staff will let you through, otherwise, it is quite the walk to Johnston Canyon from the barricade! The bistro has a good breakfast menu!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Mark K wrote a review Oct. 2020
Edmonton, Canada236 contributions49 helpful votes
We tried 3 times to get into this hike this summer, but with COVID they will not let people in. The best way to see it is take Bikes from the Castle Mountain Junction and then hike the 2-3 km to the falls. We hiked from the Highway which added 13 km to our trip, but well worth it. Just make sure you bring Bear Spray and good shoes. The Johnston Canyon is marvellous. So neat to see how they have wrapped the trail around cliffs and the river along the canyon.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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