The Lower Falls of Johnston Canyon

One of my favorite sensations in the world is rounding the corner of a trail and feeling the suddenly crisp air that rises from a cold mountain stream. Johnston Canyon provides those opportunities in abundance.

Johnston Creek is a tributary of the Bow River in Canada’s Banff National Park. It originates in a glacial valley at an elevation of 8,200 feet above sea level. As the creek approaches the Bow River, it flows through Johnston Canyon. These are the Lower Falls of the Canyon. You can get a glimpse of the Upper Falls here.

Jason & Shelly

He likes coffee and the mountains. She likes sweet tea and the beach. They’re high-school sweethearts; married for 19 years with 3 girls. Shelly likes taking photos of people. Jason likes taking photos of places and things. They both love photography, especially when they get to shoot together. This is where they share glimpses of ordinary days and extraordinary moments as seen through Nikon glass. Thanks for stopping by.

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