Getting Wet at Takakkaw Falls

Just a few days earlier, Yoho Valley Road, opened for the season so it was time for a little trip to see Takakkaw Falls.  

Along the way, the road presents a small obstacle to test your driving skills and patience, but more on that later.

The Takakkaw Falls' highest point is 384 metres from its base, making it the second highest waterfall in western Canada. It's an impressive sight.

What piqued my interest was how the cliff appeared to shoot out the water after it hits a huge obstacle on its way downward.

After getting soaking wet near the base of the waterfall, it was time to head back to the car, and experience the switchback in the road one more time...

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