After eating my lunch in the small town (because I’m afraid that if I don’t know the time well, I don’t have any food to eat in the village or the shop. In fact, there is a restaurant in the small town with a good environment), then go to the next one. Attractions-Wapta Falls (Wapta Falls). Wapta Falls is the largest waterfall on the Kiima River in Yoho National Park. Among the Rocky Mountain parks, it is relatively unpopular, but still a great attraction. Wapta Waterfall is about 30 meters high and 150 meters wide. The average flow can reach 254 cubic meters per second. It has the reputation of "Little Niagara". Wapta is an aboriginal language vocabulary, meaning "river". The viewing point of Wapta Falls is divided into the south bank and the north bank. The viewing angle of the waterfall on the south bank is better, but the trail to the south bank viewpoint is more difficult to find. It is not on Google Maps, and the road is muddy and far away, so most tourists generally go to the north bank View point. We naturally followed the current to the North Shore. When you reach the parking lot, there is a sign at the beginning of the trail, indicating that there is still 1 km to the scenic spot. The whole trail walks along the banks of the Kiima River and through the woods. It is basically the way people walk out. Without any repairs, it is relatively difficult to walk.