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  • Climbing
  • Caving
  • Hike
  • Photography
  • Rock Climbing
  • Relaxing
  • Walking

Panther Falls is one of the lesser known waterfalls in Banff National Park. Tucked out of the way, and sharing a stop with Bridal Veil Falls, it is certainly worth seeing. It’s a popular climbing spot and in winter, the falls freeze into multiple pillars of ice. Only 0.5km (0.3 miles) from the parking area, the trail is a narrow decent to the falls. If travelling in winter, bring spikes for your shoes so that you can explore the frozen falls in safety!


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I love the beautiful scenery in general around that whole area, especially the hiking trails but watch out for snakes if you are going to wade in the creeks there. I can't wait to go back to the Panther falls area this coming April. See you there.|via:Ari Rothberg:| 1 week, 1 dayago|

28 F (-2 C)

Wind: From the ENE at 8 MPH

Humidity: 69%

Pressure: 1012(mb)

Dewpoint: 22 F (-6 C)

UV: -1

Visibility: 8(km)

Precip: 0.26 in (7 mm)

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