Siffleur Falls Professional Review and Guide
"The trail is found along Highway 11, the David Thompson Highway, at the Siffleur Falls day-use area. This 3.84-mile out-and-back trail makes an excellent evening excursion for intermediate riders. After crossing a high-quality suspension bridge over the North Saskatchewan River, the trail follows a good, wide track to a second crossing. Turn right at the junction, and the trail becomes a narrow singletrack as it climbs toward the falls.
As the trail approaches the falls, the low rumble of water tumbling over the falls indicates your proximity. The falls has carved a narrow canyon through the limestone. As the water tumbles over a resistant layer of rock, it cuts away the rock beneath the hard layer and eventually undercuts itself. As the layer collapses, the falls moves a little farther upstream, while, at the same time, it creates a lengthening canyon beneath it."