Takakkaw Falls, northeast of Field, British Columbia on the Yoho National Park, will certainly leave you in awe with its tremendous thunder plunging from above at a height of 1246 ft with a 833ft freefall. It is the second highest falls in Western Canada. Standing up to its name, a Cree word meaning "the magnificient", Takakkaw Falls is fed by the Daly Glacier above with water flow at its peak during the month of July when glacial meltwater is running freely. Access to this falls is limited to smaller vehicles because of its steep and very tight switchbacks with one particular one formed like a hairpin.
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