The first one I stopped at was a pullout for the lookout for Bridal Veil Falls. There was a hiking trail that I followed and got quite muddy because it had just rained. I didn't go too far because it was slippery and I didn't want to slide down the mountain slope.
While walking the trail to Bridal Veil Falls, I could hear a dull roar off to the left. I ventured that way and found a huge rushing waterfall. I got quite wet from the spray and had to wipe off the lens and my glasses several times. I found out later that this is Panther Falls.
Continuing down the road towards Jasper, you round a corner and Boom! on your right is Tangle Falls. There is a pullout on the left side of the road so you can stop. It was quite a pretty falls and no muddy hike in order to snap some pics.
Then a short way down the road, I came across a waterfall off to the left. I pulled over and quickly snapped away. I couldn't find a name for it anywhere.
Next stop, Sunwapta Falls. There are paved pathways so not as much chance of getting muddier. (My pants already looked bad from the knees down.) You could tell that the water is high this year because several walkways closer to the falls were blocked off because the river was over its banks and covered some of the pavement.
Last stop, Athabasca Falls. Again there is pavement so mud wasn't a problem, but in several places you had to walk through water 1 to 2" deep to get further up the path.
Lulu had to stay in the car while I snapped pics at all the falls. I took her out several times during the trip but she didn't like all the water laying around nor the rain. She is a fair-weather bird.