We started off our morning hike into Johnston Canyon to both the upper and lower Falls.
The hike was beautiful and was along the river the entire way. We saw many small waterfalls until we got to the lower Falls.
When you were standing on the other side of the little cave/tunnel area – you were getting soaking wet while you're looking at the waterfall. The sheer force with which the water is coming over the cliff is impressive.
We went to Lake Minnewanka for lunch where we were super excited to see for male bighorn sheep with thick curly horns. We learned that you could determine the age of the bighorn sheep based on the number of rings on his horns – similar to a tree.
After we let our tired legs rest in the Hot Springs, we decided to put them back to work hiking up sulfur Mountain. This was a 2150 foot elevation change in three short miles.
The view of Banff from the top of Sulphur Mountain.
Hunter fell at the top and hurt his knee – but still had to trek all the way back :-)
This was the watch Tower at the top that is no longer in use.