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Day Hike - Siffleur Falls, David Thompson Corridor

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Banff, Alberta, Canada

  • Activities

    Adventure, Hiking Trekking

  • Price
    $70 USD per person
  • Duration

    Day hike

  • Avg Distance

    7.5 km

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    8:00am - 6:00pm

  • Starting Location

    Meet at the Co-op parking lot in Innisfail, close to the Tim Hortons at 6:45 to fill out waivers, get food, etc. The guide leaves at 7:00 am. If people would like to carpool with the guide, he/she charges $25 per person. If you would like to carpool with others, please be considerate and help cover costs.

  • Price Includes

    Included: Guided hike, interpretation, client care. Taxes included.

  • Notes

    Not Included: Meals, transportation, gratuities. Required: A day pack, lunch and snacks, 1-2 litres of water, ID and wallet, rain jacket with hood and rain pants, down jacket or fleece warm layer, warm hat/toque, gloves/mitts, personal first aid/medications/blister kit, sunscreen, sunglasses, and lip balm (with SPF). Recommended: 1 or 2 hiking poles, hat with brim, small foam pad (for sitting at breaks), bug repellent, gaiters, umbrella or poncho, camera.

Highlights

  • Cross the North Saskatchewan river over an enormous suspension bridge!
  • See the limestone cliffs of the Siffleur Gorge.
  • Hear the sounds of the rushing water down the Siffleur Falls.

Guide

Trip Info

This hike is the perfect hike for beginners or novices alike.  Set in the heart of Kootenay Plains, the hike takes people through the front ranges of the Rocky Mountains, and crosses the North Saskatchewan river over an enormous suspesion bridge.  Follow a boardwalk to the next bridge crossing the Siffleur, and we will ascend a small hill, following the limestone cliffs of the Siffleur Gorge.  The final views of Siffleur Falls are always rewarding, and will make this hike a worthwhile option for everyone that attends. Difficulty: EASY     Elevation gain: 125 metres

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