"WEEPING WALL" Weeping Wall Tip by balhannah

Weeping Wall, Banff: 1 reviews and 1 photos

  The weeping wall
by balhannah

We came across the Weeping Wall on our drive along the Icefield's Parkway.
Small streams of water were tumbling and spraying down the vertical walls of Cirrus Mountain from snowfields above. The streams are very small, even so, it is still an impressive site to see water pouring over cliffs this tall.
I wonder if they ever have a lot more water running over the sides, I have only seen photo's like what I have taken.

You can't miss them, as once again, they are close to the road.

Address: Banff National Park Alberta Canada
Directions: Located near the Big Bend on the Icefields Parkway. Drive south of the Icefields Center for about 18.5 km to the marked pullout and viewpoint for the Weeping Wall
Website: http://www.icefieldsparkway.ca

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Aug 28, 2010
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