Takakkaw Falls


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Tak·ak·kaw Falls

 (tăk′ə-kô′)
A waterfall, 254 m (833 ft) high, in southeast British Columbia, Canada.
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ca), next door to Banff National Park, for 833-foot Takakkaw Falls, uncrowded hiking trails, and the teeny "town" of Field, home to Truffle Pigs Bistro ($$$; closed Tue; 250/343-6303) and rustic-luxe Cathedral Mountain Lodge (May 21-Oct 1; from $186 U.
Although Tom Wilson's name is virtually unknown today, even to Canadians, it is preserved in the name Mount Wilson, east of the Columbia Icefield, and in a bronze plaque, erected on a rock near the great Takakkaw Falls in the Yoho Valley.
Built with reclaimed wood from Saskatchewan grain elevators and refreshingly devoid of TVs or cell phone reception, the 29 rustic-luxe log cabins are set amid bushy spruce and granite peaks--minutes from thundering Takakkaw Falls.