This seems silly, but it doesn't seem that anyone else has mentioned this yet ... so I will!
You are in the middle of Yoho National Park ... and about halfway between Emerald Lakes and Takakkaw Falls if you make it into Field ... so which ever place you just came from, you MUST go to the other. That's it. That's the whole tip.
Just Do It!!!
100 Centre Street, Field, V0A 1G0, Canada
Satisfaction: Very Good
Good for: Business
Hwy 1 - 14 km (9 mi) W of Lk Louise, Yoho National Park, Field, Canada
Good for: Business
308 Stephen ave, Field, V0A 1G0, Canada
Good for: Couples
this is a cafe /gift shop,with a indoor outdoor eating area.the place is small and soon gets crowded. Of the 5 inour party 3 were dissapointed with there meals. a curried egg bun which consisted of a egg and mayo filling on a dead lettuce leaf no hint of curry. the soup was cold .We found the food poor and overpriced.more
I wandered by Field looking for a snack .... when I saw the sign for the teahouse, I was thrilled! My thoughts ran to finger sandwiches and a nice cuppa ... WRONG!!!This is actually a convenience store, with one wall dedicated to instant meals and drinks. This means if you can nuke it, or cook it with hot water ... you can find it here :) Not what...more
I visited Field on Sept 23rd on the way to Revelstoke. I drop in to get some info on the area.While inside the information I took some pictures of the center inside. I must accidently included one of the staff in my photo taking. I suddenly heard a loud voice in a really rude manner from one of the old female staff who has short curly hair 'Don't...more
Hard to choose for sure! The vivid blue waters while canoeing at Emerald Lake, or walking right into the spray below takakaaw falls. We followed the advice given at a site called field.ca and had a great time tracking down all of the waterfalls in the Yoho Valley. We followed the advice given at a site called field.ca and had a great time tracking...more
As I traveled through the Alberta Province, I was pleased and delighted with the help I received at the various visitor centers I took the time to wander into. My only visitor center experience in British Columbia was right here in Field :)Again, employees of the visitor center helped me decide which features to pass on, and which ones to explore...more