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7 Enchanting Waterfalls In Canada You Have To Find At Least Once In Your Life

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7 Enchanting Waterfalls In Canada You Have To Find At Least Once In Your Life

If you want to spend more time exploring, the most beautiful waterfalls in Canada are so breathtaking you'll want to stare at them for hours.

Here are seven enchanting waterfalls across the country that you have to see at least once in your life.

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Takakkaw Falls

Location: Field, BC

Why You Need To Go: Takakkaw Falls is one of the highest waterfalls in Canada. It's located in Yoho National Park which features massive rock walls, stunning waterfalls like this one, and 28 towering peaks.

Pissing Mare Falls

Location: Rocky Harbour, NL

Why You Need To Go: This waterfall is in Gros Morne National Park's Western Brook Pond, a glacier-carved fjord where falls drop from 2,000 feet.

Montmorency Falls

Location: Quebec City, QC

Why You Need To Go: Also known as Chute-Montmorency, this waterfall is 83 metres tall. You can take a cable car to the top of the cliff to see it or walk across a bridge to a gazebo to take in the beautiful sight.

Sunwapta Falls

Location: near Jasper, AB

Why You Need To Go: Sunwapta Falls is located along the Icefields Parkway in Banff National Park. The upper and lower waterfalls are both glacier-fed. There's a 59-foot drop at the upper falls!

Kakabeka Falls

Location: Kakabeka Falls, ON

Why You Need To Go: This waterfall is 40 metres high and the second-highest one in Ontario. You can access it year-round and there's a boardwalk that wraps around the top of Kakabeka Falls.

Virginia Falls

Location: Fort Smith, NT

Why You Need To Go: Located in Nahanni National Park Reserve, Virginia Falls is fed by a river that has also carved Canada's deepest canyons.

Kwastichewan Falls

Location: Mystery Lake, MB

Why You Need To Go: If you're up for a long walk, a trail leads you to a bridge where you'll find access to a 22-kilometre return trail that takes you to Kwasitchewan Falls, Manitoba's highest waterfall.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.

    Lisa Belmonte
    Trending Senior Staff Writer
    Lisa Belmonte is a Senior Staff Writer for Narcity Canada’s Trending Desk focused on government of Canada jobs and is based in Ontario.
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