the most popular trail in the region, the Siffleur Falls trail
is an easy introduction to hiking in the Bighorn. Crossing the
North Saskatchewan River on a suspension bridge, you follow
a boardwalk across the plains to an old logging road and then
turn upriver along the Siffleur Canyon to the canyon lookout
and first falls where the river plunges into the gorge.
Most visitors turn back at the first falls after one hour, but
if you continue beyond this spot, you will be rewarded with
an increasingly wild and scenic trail which goes on forever
into the heart of the Siffleur Wilderness Area.
This trail has very little elevation gain and is well maintained
so it can be used by young and old.