This snow covered waterfall is part of the beautiful scenery in Waterton Lakes National Park located in Alberta, Canada. Waterton Lakes National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site & Biosphere Reserve, so it is protected land.
Native Americans relied heavily on the land due to the hunter-gatherer nature. This lead to a lot of their myths being connected to the land and a lot of their traditions included respecting the land in any way they can, including rituals.
The Maligne River cuts a gorge through limestone bedrock at Maligne Canyon. An interpretive trail winds its way along the river, switching from side to side over six bridges as the canyon progressively deepens.
'Eye of the beholder' Jasper National Park, Maligne Canyon, Alberta, Canada Frozen Waterfall Maligne Canyon measures over 160 feet deep. In the summer months this Canyon is home to waterfalls and rushing currents but in the winter the frozen canyon fl