The Sunwapta River, which starts as a trickle at the toe of Athabasca Glacier, has become a torrent of collected rainfall and meltwater by the time it gets to this 60' waterfall less than ten miles from the river's source. Sunwapta is a Nakoda (Stoney) Indian word meaning "turbulent water", and the river doesn't disappoint here!
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