I disconnected yesterday as the Internet was unavailable. It was a dreary day, but we toured parts of the Crowsnest Pass. One stop was Lundbreck Falls. It is a stop you can easily miss, even though it is just off the main highway and visible from the secondary road. I liked it because I was able to get up, close and, personal. My fear of heights did not intervene too much.
This is a spectacular sight, but within 50 metres there is a pool at the base of the rock cliff where fly casting is possible.
Kathy took this shot from above the falls. I did not go on the overview platform.
Waterton has many waterfalls. Cameron Falls is on the outskirts of the town site and I was able to see it from below and climbed a bit to see it from above.
The red in the rock is from iron oxide deposits. The view below is from a stairway that goes up the hill along the falls.
Some waterfalls in Waterton are less accessible. Kathy took these pictures on the walk around Cameron Lake. The mountain, on the Montana side of the lake, is Mount Custer. It is named for a surveyor, Henry Custer, who worked in the area.
The source of the waterfalls is the snow pack on the mountain.
We hiked into Blakiston Falls which are bridal veil falls as they resemble a bride’s veil. I saw the falls from a distance and Kathy, the mountain goat she is, was able to get closer. This was my view and I was sitting on the ground.
Kathy took this picture from the platform almost directly above the falls.
Platform at bridal falls
The terror drains energy
View through others eyes.
Have a great August 3 wherever you are.