November 8, 2014
Another short day hike near Canmore, Alberta. This hike has a bit more difficulty in elevation, though it ends up being shorter than the Heart Creek hike I did earlier this day. This also often intersects the Highline Trail; which is a mountain biking path. The benefit is the path is worn and I found often used by bikers. The only down side is there are a number of intersections where the Highline Trail meets up with the overlapping hiking path.
I would only venture a shot 2 Kilometers and meet up with the old dam site. The actual Three Sisters Falls is further up stream from this point, but I would stop to save myself from multiple creek crossings and spare my wet feet.
Ultimately I would be scouting this spot for a Spring or Summer return. From what I gathered with the wide creek bed is the ferocity of the creek in the high flowing months. As the dam has long since burst and offers a waterfall I felt this was a great stopping point to my scouting trip.