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Johnston canyon

Took a hike up Johnston canyon.

It originates in the glacial valleys of Banff National Park at the feet of Cascade Mountain, in the Badger Pass, at an elevation of 2,500 meters (8,202 ft). It flows through south-west, then south-east between Helena Ridge and the Sawback Range, through a series of gorges with seven cascades. It flows into the Bow River, south of Castle Mountain, between Banff and Lake Louise, at an elevation of 1,440 meters (4,724 ft). A tourist center is developed close to the creek mouth, along the Bow Valley Parkway (Highway 1A).

Apart from the great scenery we had just as much fun trying to get the snow on the trees to fall on each other! as you can see Tash and Sarah often came off second best! 🙂 Check out the video at the end!

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