Johnston Canyon in Banff National Park, Canada, was caused by erosion of limestone rock as Johnston Creek, a tributary of Bow River, empties into the Bow River. Over thousands of years, the erosion has formed gorges and waterfalls.
The main activity of Johnston Canyon, is the hike, which takes one along the waterfalls, lime stone rock tunnels & caves, steep canyons and blue-green pools at the end of the hike.
Views of the canyon were spectacular! Crystal clear water flowed through the narrow and deep rock canyon and there were a variety of small waterfalls along the walk to the Lower Falls.
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