Cirrus Mountain | Columbia Icefield

Cirrus Mountain Viewed from Old Wonder Falls Hiking Trail South of Columbia Icefield Centre During Spring/Summer Sunset Hours - Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada | SAMTSAI.COM

May 25, 2012: Cirrus Mountain, viewed from Old Wonder Falls hiking trail.


Cirrus Mountain is one of the easily recognizable mountains in Canadian Rockies. This mountain becomes visible after driving to the Big Bend (hairpin loop) area of Icefields Parkway Highway 93, about 16km south of Icefield Centre. The west face of Cirrus Mountain is well known for its Weeping Wall waterfalls.

Cirrus Mountain Viewed from Old Wonder Falls Hiking Trail South of Columbia Icefield Centre During Spring/Summer Sunset Hours - Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada | SAM TSAI . COM

May 25, 2012: Cirrus Mountain peak with orange pink glow at dusk



Old Wonder Falls Hiking Trail South of Columbia Icefield Centre During Spring/Summer Sunset Hours - Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada | SAMTSAI.COM

May 25, 2012: Opposite to Cirrus Mountain is this long forgotten tourist attraction—Old Wonder Falls.

Map & Driving Direction

Exact location of roadside viewpoint (parking lot) for Cirrus Mountain is indicated by Green Arrow on the following map (click “EXTERNAL LINK” below to view map) or check Icefields Parkway Travel Guide.


EXTERNAL LINK

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