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It is a place worth a stop on the Kootenay (93) Hwy. There is a bridge which got destroyed and a sign at the entrance states the it will be replaced in the Fall of 2017. It was not in mid-September. But ignoring the stay...More
I visited here on my way back from Radium Hot Springs, just after checking out the Verdant creek trail ( even though it was technically closed, probably due to the Verdant Creek Fire, there were large trees down over the trail, I highly recommend checking...More
We had seen older reviews mentioning the bridge to the falls was washed out. On our way from Radium Hot springs to Canmore, we decided to stop and hopefully see the falls. The sign at the end of the parking lot/start of the trail advises...More
The bridge is still washed out, so could not see the falls. Not much worth stopping for if you wanted to see falls. But is still a beautiful spot, as is everywhere in the Canadian Rockies 😀 Could see where people have been going past...More
An OK stop combined with a trip to Marble Canyon. Marble canyon is about a 10 minute drive to the East. The Paint Pots are also very close, only a minute or so drive East of Numa Falls.
Numa Falls Is worth combining with a...More
It's too bad the bridge has not been restored yet, as not only does it provide for better views of these interesting falls, but it has cut off important access to hikers into the backcountry. But still, with so very little development in the park,...More
When I was there the bridge was down so could not see the falls from the proper side of the river.You can still walk along this side and get a photo.Its only 5 minutes walk from the car park and the falls is on Highway...More