Siffleur Falls is a 6.6 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Clearwater County, Alberta, Canada that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and mountain biking and is best used from May until October.
We did this trail in the winter with a baby carrier. Super easy to get to the first falls. No major spots where falling is dangerous. Where it was icy, we just walked through the snow on the sides (it is a fairly flat hike). We almost made it to the 2nd falls but turned around because it was a bit too dangerous for our liking with a baby. A wonderful winter hike for the family!
Absolutely love this hike. Not a difficult hike at all so it is perfect for young kids or beginner hikers. Beautiful views and the trail is maintained (most of the way) No camping or fires allowed.
Awesome hike. I've done it a few times now and every time the first fall is just as amazing. The next falls are cool but not as scenic as the first. Definitely recommend it for anyone.
After seeing the first and second sets of falls, I was looking forward to the third but after the second set of falls the trail all but disappeared because of fallen trees so I didn't continue more than 1 Km past the second set of falls. This was super easy it only took a few hours including numerous photo breaks.
Nice casual walk with a beautiful waterfall at the end where you can sit alongside, relax and enjoy before heading back.
Great trail - beautiful scenery. Not so crowded with tourists. Easy family hike. One uphill near the beginning. Stick with the trails to the left going in as to keep uphill away from cliffs. We hiked past the second falls and tried to get to the third set but didn't find them. We turned back about 5.2 km in.
Great hike, nothing to strenuous.
Mind blowing scenery!
Did this trail on August 20th, and we could not have asked for a more beautiful day!!
The hike was fairly straight forward, no real vertical to speak of!
We went all the way to the third falls and beyond in the Siffleur wilderness area.
Highly recommend this trail.
Wish the smokers would stop dropping their butts on the trail!!
Did this trail as a child, recently did it again here today. Very quick hike. Too the third falls took about 4 hours in and out. Trail to the first falls very well signed. After that your on your own. Pack light as a few sections need you to keep your balance on rocky terrain.
Bring a cold drink for the last falls. Great setting.
Really easy hike, absolutely gorgeous! You'll be able to get to the third set of falls in about an hour or so, not tough.
Hiked to the first waterfall with our dog. Well maintained trail. Good signage and excellent viewpoints. Be careful and stay on the trail; people have lost their lives. Beginning of trail is over a suspension bridge and along a boardwalk. remainder of trail is through the forest along the canyon. Lots of places for your dog to stop and have a drink along the trail. My family does this trail every year.
Going all the way to the second waterfall is a MUST. the trail up to the first fall we found to be a little touristy. lots of people. Don't get me wrong the first gorge and waterfall are breath taking !!! but the hike up to the second fall is challenging and beautiful. Took us three hours. there is actually a third waterfall further up. didn't get a chance to go up that far.
Good trail with tons to look at. Really easy hiking, would be great for beginners!
This trail is fun and fairly easy...it took us about an hour and a half to hike in and out. Sifleur falls is a small but powerful waterfall with some very steep cliffs and dangerous terrain for dogs and small children.
Excellent for beginner to moderate weekend hikers.