Stewart Canyon Topo Map

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Named for George Stewart, first superintendent of Canada’s first national park, Stewart Canyon was one of Lake Minnewanka’s main attractions in Banff’s early days. Much of Stewart Canyon has lain under water since Lake Minnewanka was dammed, raising the level of the lake by 25 metres. The canyon that you see is shallow compared to Johnston’s Canyon or even Sundance Canyon. The main attraction today is the Cascade River. Don’t expect great mountain views. The trail is level for 1.6 km to the canyon at the Cascade River bridge. After crossing the bridge, the Stewart Canyon Trail separates from the Lake Minnewanka Trail and continues up the Cascade River to km 2.8.

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