Eaton Falls Trail is a 7.1 kilometer moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Greenview No. 16, Alberta, Canada that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until September. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 7.1 km Elevation Gain: 335 m Route Type: Out & Back

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

nature trips

walking

bird watching

running

forest

river

views

waterfall

11 days ago

Great quick hike, it is a little hard to cross over to the falls though now that the largest log connecting the two sides has been swept away. DO NOT SNOWMOBILE OR QUAD HERE, it is illegal and if you are caught will be charged. I am only writing this because someone below recommended it as a sledding trail.

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2 months ago

Great little hike with decent views. Would best be done in the summer with a mountain bike.

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4 months ago

Great winter hike snowmobile trail all the way in except the last 300 meters.

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7 months ago

bear in area

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8 months ago

nice waterfall with family of inukshuks living at the base. many other trails accessable from the campground. trails extend a ways past the falls to some flats.

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rocky
8 months ago

Sulphur Gates is amazing. Take some time here at the start of the trail before you head to the falls. The way there is a pleasant walk in the woods, the path is a bit rocky. Eaton Falls are well worth the walk, pumping lots of water right now. There's a family of little inukshuks at the base where you can have a snack and enjoy the scenery.

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rocky
9 months ago

Nice trail. rocky parts at the beginning..

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9 months ago

A great dog-friendly hike! A bit rocky and steep at the start of the trail but it quickly levels out Very pretty waterfall to reward you at the end. I would do this hike again.

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rocky
10 months ago

Great hike. I would consider myself a bit of a novice to hiking so I would label this trail more moderate with some of the steep hills. Totally worth it though. Took about 3 hours. Beautiful sights but bring insect repellant. The mosquitos are relentless!

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10 months ago

Awesome hike for someone new to hiking a little rocky on some of the big hills which can be slippery so just be careful. once you get to the falls though you will then realize it was all worth it, I would say it's a moderate to difficult 3 hr all round hike only cause I'm still fairly new to hiking. Don't forget to check out the amazing views at the very begging of the hike :)

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10 months ago

beautiful trail and waterfalls are awesome prepare yourself for some killer hills!

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11 months ago

Roughly 3 hours in and out, great hike. Went in June after a week of rainfall and the falls were raging. There is also a lookout point on the way with amazing views. Would definitely recommend this hike :)

11 months ago

Nice open trail, some good hills to climb but the falls are worth it

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11 months ago

Nice big open trail, easy to navigate, falls are definitely worth it

Tue Jan 01 2019

Great trail in, and if you go left at the Moose antler, you can make it clear through to Mcbride, or Jasper

Sun Jul 01 2018

Definitely worth the hike!

Sat Jun 09 2018

Quick and easy

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Wed Oct 11 2017

awsome way to burn up an afternoon

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