Weeping Wall in Winter

Weeping Wall is characterized by a series of small waterfalls streaming down the face of a tall, vertical cliff by the roadside of Icefields Parkway. It is located 21km south of Columbia Icefield Centre (Glaicer View Inn) in Banff / Jasper National Park. In summer, depending on the amount of melting snow, you may see water trickling down the wall. In winter, Weeping Wall is a favourite destination for ice climbing.

Weeping Wall in Winter - Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada | SAMTSAI.COM

February 3, 2011: Frozen waterfalls on Weeping Wall in winter season. You can see two ice climbers in the red box (see the enlarged photo below).



Ice climbing on Weeping Wall in Winter - Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada | SAM TSAI . COM

February 3, 2011: Ice climbing on Weeping Wall in Jasper National Park

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