This waterfall is formed by Tangle Creek flowing over Tangle Ridge (starting to notice a pattern?) in multiple stages. Honestly one of the most beautiful waterfalls I've ever seen, this spectacle is conveniently located right next to the Icefields Parkway near the border between Banff National Park and Jasper National Park.
What I like most about this cascade, which is also called Tangle Ridge Falls and Tangle Creek Falls, is that it is so many different waterfalls in one. The top stage suggests the name, as a "tangle" of small rivulets flows across the rock. The water collects in a small pool before going down three conventional smaller waterfalls. Then the water goes down multiple small steps that remind me more of the sorts of waterfalls we see in the northeastern US.