Takakkaw Falls in Yoho National Park (Takakkaw Falls, in Indian language), on the Yoho River. The water source is glacier melt water. The waterfall has a drop of 254 meters. It is one of the longest waterfalls in North America. It is 6 times the size of Niagara Falls and the second tallest waterfall in Canada. It really has the momentum of "flying down three thousand feet". It may be due to the season, the water flow is much smaller than the previous photos.
From the Takakwa Waterfall in Yoho National Park, you will pass a short winding mountain road, looking at the blue sky and white clouds, surrounded by mountains, connected by green trees, and from time to time you can see the snowy mountains in the distance. The whole is beautiful. What a shame! But be aware that there is a 180-degree bay near the end, pay attention to observation, it is safer to avoid each other.