Yoho Adventures

Yoho National Park is in the Rocky Mountains in eastern British Coloumbia and has exceptional hiking and sightseeing. Stunning mountain top views, towering waterfalls and glacier fed lakes make this section of the Rockies a must visit. Some highlights are the towering Takakkaw Falls, hiking along a glacier on the Iceline Trail, taking a walk around Emerald Lake, and exploring the hiking trail network at Lake O’hara. This page has videos and downloadable guides of some of the best adventures in Yoho.

Iceline Trail

Starting from Takakkaw Falls in Yoho National Park the Iceline Trail takes you above the tree line and along a glacier feeding alpine lakes and waterfalls. Highlights along the trail are amazing views, beautiful lakes, twin falls and laughing falls.

Difficulty Rating: 7/10

Walcott Peak

Walcott Peak is in Yoho National Park and sits just North of the Trans-Canada Highway about 1km east of the town of Field.  Walcott Peak is one of two summits that make up Mount Burgess.  Walcott was a challenging hike, a real grind, with elevation, but some fun scrambling along the way to the summit.

Difficulty Rating: 7/10