Sunwapta Falls is a pair of waterfalls on the Sunwapta River in Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada. The falls fall about 18.5 meters and the falls are the most spectacular at the end of spring. Water comes from the Asabasca Glacier.
The waterfall is large, close to the road, not too many people, not difficult to walk, can be easily seen.
This is not like a waterfall at all, it is like a small stream, it is too small and the height is only a few meters. If time is tight, it is not recommended to go here, you can go elsewhere to see, this scenery is similar to China.
The scenery along the Canadian Rockies Banff National Park and Jasper National Park is very beautiful, of which Sinwada Falls and Subbassga Falls are among the best; snowy mountains and ice peaks along the way, dense virgin forests, and snowy mountains The geological sedimentary movement that melted water and scoured for a long time left behind numerous canyons, rivers and waterfalls.
Sinhuada Falls in winter is scarce and the falls are also ice hung. Several roads are closed due to heavy snow and ice, and the cabin hotel next door is closed in winter. It opens with a good photography exhibition inside.