Takakkaw Falls - Photo Copyright Ward Cameron 2003 - Click to view a larger image Takakkaw Falls from the Highline Trail. The Daly Glacier above feeds this massive waterfall. - Photo Copyright Ward Cameron 2003 - Click to view a larger image Takakkaw Falls - Photo Copyright Ward Cameron 2003 - Click to view a larger image Takakkaw Falls - Photo Copyright Ward Cameron 2003 - Click to view a larger image
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Takakkaw Falls

Location: Yoho National Park, North of Field at the end of Yoho Valley Road, BC, Canada, UTM: 11U 636578 E / 5705594 N

Vital Statistics: Elevation: 1800 Metres (5,904 Feet)  

Formation Mechanism: Hard Cap Rock

Topographic Map: 82n08 Lake Louise

Description: Located at the end of the Yoho Valley Road in Yoho National Park, this waterfall thunders 380 m (1,249 ft) as runoff from the Daly Glacier above the falls crashes into the Yoho River below. It is one of the highest falls in Canada

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