Added by Rayne Grein
This was one of the most unique climbs I've done. Climbing next to the second highest waterfall in Western Canada then crawling through a 60m tunnel.
- Summit Elevation- 991 ft
- Named after Bernie Schiesser and Sid Marty- Park warden at the time- Takakkaw is derived from a cree word meaning “It is wonderful”
- 5.6- 12 pitches- Mixed
Park in the designated parking area for Takakkaw Falls in Yoho National Park, Follow a paved trail to the base of the waterfall then continue up the short scree approach to the left of the falls. Fairly easy fun climb.
- Climbing Shoes
- Belay Device
- Personal Anchor
- Rope x 2
- Chalk + Chalk Bag
- Extra Layers
- Head lamp
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