Tangle Falls


A roadside waterfall easy to get a tripod out and have fun taking long exposure photographs or self-taken portraits. Despite its roadside convenience, it can be pretty easy to miss! The steps of the Tangle Falls is what make this sight so photogenic.

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The water literally cascades, not falls, over various tiers. In peak season,it gets crowded with visitors because the falls are so easily accessible by road.

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Located in Jasper National Park, Tangle Falls is along Hwy 93 (Icefields Parkway) about 7km north of the Glacier View Inn and Athabasca Glacier access turnoff.

A Walk on the Glacier Glass


Called the Glacier Skywalk, it’s situated in a section of the Jasper National Park called Icefields Parkway. The new walkway is comprised of a glass floor and glass walls so those who venture onto it can see the beautiful canyon that lies underneath and the mountains that stretch towards the sky.

Protruding nearly 115 feet over a cliff edge, Glacier Skywalk dangles 918 feet above Sunwapta Canyon. The skywalk officially opened on May 1st, 2014.

It took about 5 years just to design it and 2 years of seasonal construction to make it a reality.

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Grizzly Stuck in a Tree


Photo’s taken by Jack Borno in British Columbia, Canada on May 5, 2014.

A young Grizzly Bear climbs a tree with ease but runs into trouble when it try’s to come back to earth!

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A Blue Heron Rookery!


The heronry is located within the city limits of Vernon BC, more than 100 majestic blue herons nest in the cottonwood trees which are nestled between Wal-Mart, residential complexes and industrial businesses. It is one of the largest urban heronries in Western Canada and one of the very few located within a city.

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Three pairs of great blue heron established the breeding colony in 1986 and it has gradually increased over the past 26 years to more than 50 nests.

Once the birds are paired, a new nest is built or an old one is refurbished. Herons are very adept at finding twigs. Usually the male brings them one at a time to the female who positions them. Although a new nest platform can be built in a few days, sometimes it may take several weeks. Herons form monogamous pair bonds within the breeding season, but often switch mates each year.

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Building Nests!


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