Yoho National Park

British Columbia

Immediately adjacent to the Lake Louise and Bow Lake regions of Banff National Park, Yoho is home to some of the most spectacular scenery in the Canadian Rockies. Between Takkakaw Falls, the verdant Yoho Valley, or the famous Lake O'Hara area, there is little reason to be surprised by the region's popularity. Lake O'Hara, in particular, offers some of the best alpine hiking in the country but is subject to some of the most stringent user controls, which can make access a challenge at times.

Visit the official website for advisories, trail conditions, maps, access information and other details about the park.

Reports from this Region

Iceline Trail

– Max. Elev. 2,230 m / 7,316ft. –
Hiking

Little Yoho Valley Day 1

– Max. Elev. 2,845 m / 9,334ft. –
Hiking / Scrambling

Little Yoho Valley Day 2

– Max. Elev. 3,015 m / 9,892ft. –
Mountaineering / Scrambling

Yoho Peak

– Max. Elev. 2,783 m / 9,131ft. –
Hiking / Scrambling