yoho national park Trails

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Trans Canada Highway: Golden to Lake Louise :: Golden, BC

This 82-kilometer (49-mile) drive, starting where the Revelstoke to Golden drive (Drive 17) leaves off, is a spectacular mountain drive through BC’s gateway to the famous Canadian Rocky Mountain national parks. From the recreation-oriented town of Go

Great Divide Trail: Natural Bridge to Amiskwi Pass :: Field, BC

Easy hike on fair trail with only a gradual climb to one pass. The Upper Amiskwi River valley has large tracts of standing deadwood, ravaged by forest fire. From the Natural Bridge near Field the GDT follows the Amiskwi River valley to a low pass on

Lake McArthur / Big Larches Loop :: Golden, BC

This trail skirts Schaffer Lake and offers fantastic views of Mount Odaray, Mount Schaffer, Lake McArthur, and the Big Larch Forest. At 84 meters, Lake McArthur is the deepest lake in Yoho National Park. Framed by Park Mountain, Mount Biddle, Mount S

Ice River Fireroad - Beaverfoot Loop :: Field, BC

This ride takes you south on the Ice River fireroad in Yoho National Park and brings you back on the Beaverfoot Road on provincial land adjacent to the park. The complete circuit can be cycled as a long day trip or as an overnight trip.

Amiskwi Pass :: Donald, BC

The logging road up Ensign Creek provides access to Amiskwi Pass on the boundary of Yoho National Park. This is a gravel road that can be driven by most cars so be on the lookout for traffic. The grades are moderately steep and sustained as the road

Lake O'Hara Shoreline Trail :: Golden, BC

This gentle stroll loops around Lake O’Hara, offering fantastic views of surrounding mountains and Seven Veils Falls. If you skip Lake O’Hara, you’ll miss some of the most breathtaking scenery in Yoho National Park. Perfect for all ages and fitness

Wapta Falls :: Golden, BC

A quick and easy hike offering views of spectacular Wapta Falls. Wapta Falls is the largest waterfall in terms of volume of water in Yoho National Park. Even better than that, it’s a quick and easy hike that ends with the thundering falls, which yo

Ross Lake :: Banff, AB

A sweet mountain singletrack winds from Lake Louise across Kicking Horse Pass on the Continental Divide to Ross Lake. The lake is a pretty little tarn set at the foot of Narao Peak in Yoho National Park. The trail was opened in 1997 on a trail basi

Hamilton Falls and Hamilton Lake :: Golden, BC

This short but incredibly steep climb passes Hamilton Falls and offers superb views of Mount Vaux and Mount Goodsir. You may feel a bit like a mountain goat on this seemingly never-ending climb—one of the most strenuous in Yoho National Park. But you

Centennial Loop :: Golden, BC

This leisurely stroll leads you through the forest along the Yoho River. This trail is perfect as a leisurely after-dinner stroll or a quick stretch break. Besides the Emerald Lake Circuit, it’s also the only other short walk in Yoho National Park th

Iceline Trail / Little Yoho / Yoho Valley Loop :: Golden, BC

This hike offers some of the most fantastic scenery in Yoho National Park, including close-up views of the Emerald Glacier. From close-up views of glaciers to crystal-clear mountain lakes and rivers, golf-course green forests, and a sea of rocky mora

Alpine Loop :: Golden, BC

This high-elevation trail offers bird’s-eye views of Lake O’Hara, Lake Oesa, the Opabin Plateau, Schaffer Lake, and the many mountains surrounding Lake O’Hara. Looking up from Lake O’Hara, this hike appears much more treacherous than it actually is.