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InterNations Edmonton - Peak of Summer - Siffleur Falls Hike

Hosted by the Edmonton Ambassador
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Took place 2 months ago
Siffleur Falls Trailhead
Edmonton, Canada

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By popular demand I invite you all to join me on my annual hike through the magnificent Siffleur Falls.

This is an easy hike and you can bring a dog as long as it is on a leash. However, it is a long hike, in and out, total of 14.2km, so be well prepared. You can turn back at any point and hike back to the trailhead. A popular turn back point is at the first waterfall which is 3.3 km in, or the second waterfall at 3.9 km. People who are hiking for the first time can turn back here.

Highly recommended to bring: Bear spray (you can buy it at MEC or any outdoors sports store), water (I'd recommend 2L), light trail snacks (I like to hike with nuts, energy bars, or jerky), phone/camera, packed in a small backpack. Hiking poles and proper footwear are a big help too.

We will meet at the Siffleur Falls Trailhead at 9.30 am and start the hike at 10 am. Be ready for a whole day of hiking. I usually walk it in about 4.5h, but with a larger group we will be slower, so plan for about 6h.

You can check out the hike with more detail on the AllTrails website.

Happy Trails!

InterNations Ambassador Edmonton
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