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Lake Louise Scenic Snowshoe Tour
"Begin your adventure with a thrilling 13-minute ride on the scenic Grizzly Gondola. Once you're at the top of the mountain explore Meadowlark while snowshoeing with your interpretive guide at the top of the mountain. Stop for a short break at the Eagle cabin viewpoint for hot chocolate and a snack. The price of this tour includes a guide sightseeing lift ticket snowshoe rental hot chocolate and a snack. The tour is approximately 2 hours in length and is suitable for all abilities and for ages 8 years or older. Please Note: Snowshoe tours require a minimum of two people children must be 8 years or older to participate. Guests are required to wear warm winter gear. It's suggested you bring a winter jacket snow pants
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Lake Louise Scenic Snowshoe Tour
"Begin your adventure with a thrilling 13-minute ride on the scenic Grizzly Gondola. Once you're at the top of the mountain explore Meadowlark while snowshoeing with your interpretive guide at the top of the mountain. Stop for a short break at the Eagle cabin viewpoint for hot chocolate and a snack. The price of this tour includes a guide sightseeing lift ticket snowshoe rental hot chocolate and a snack. The tour is approximately 2 hours in length and is suitable for all abilities and for ages 8 years or older. Please Note: Snowshoe tours require a minimum of two people children must be 8 years or older to participate. Guests are required to wear warm winter gear. It's suggested you bring a winter jacket snow pants
From CAD69.00
 
Lake Louise Night Snowshoe Tour
"Experience what it feels like to be in a winter forest while getting a rare behind the scenes look at what really goes on at a busy ski resort after the last chair of the day. With easy to use snowshoes and friendly instructors almost anyone can journey to some of the most thrilling panoramic winter views formerly only available to skiers and riders. The price of this tour includes a guide head lamps rental snowshoe rental a snack and a hot beverage plus transfer from and to hotels in Lake Louise. The difficulty level is moderate. Please Note: Snowshoe tours require a minimum of two people children must be 8 years or older to participate. Guests are required to wear warm winter gear. It's suggested you bring a winter jacket
From CAD49.00

More Things to Do in Yoho National Park

Takakkaw Falls

These impressive falls are a 15 KM drive from the main highway and then a short 1/2 KM hike. Takakkaw falls is one of the main attractions of the park and shouldn't be missed. Only a short hike from...
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Jim_Eliason
Oct 11, 2015

Wapta Falls

Let's start by getting to the trailhead - as you are coming from Field, this turnout is not marked, so we ended up blowing by it and had to turn around at the entrance gate. The road itself is a...
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PinkFloydActuary
Aug 07, 2014

Emerald Lake

As with many of the Canadian Rockies lakes, Emerald is simply amazing when you first see it. The name truly is a reflection of what you get. Parking was a bit tight here by mid-day, we got one of the...
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PinkFloydActuary
Aug 07, 2014

Natural Bridge

Along the way to Emerald Lake, the first major stop is the Natural Bridge. Here, you can take a short walk to see how the river carved a bridge through the solid rock in the river. There are views...
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PinkFloydActuary
Aug 06, 2014

Yoho Valley Road and Takakkaw Falls

If it's open, take the Yoho Valley Road up to this site. The road is about two miles east of Field (we missed it the first time) - you'll note it by the trailer parking lot - there are some tough...
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PinkFloydActuary
Aug 06, 2014

Spiral Tunnels Overlook

When coming from Banff, the first stop along the way is this rather unique overlook. It describes the difficulty of trains getting through the steep mountains, and how the "sprial tunnels" were built...
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PinkFloydActuary
Aug 06, 2014
 
 
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Takakkaw Falls

We went to a camp near Field. Today is cloudy and sunny. We have been around noon at Kicking Horse Campground. In the afternoon we go up a steep road (we have a hairpin bend backwards just stabbing)...
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Twan
Mar 11, 2012

Natural Bridge

A decently worthwhile stop on the Emerald Lake Road is the Natural Bridge, an odd rock formation that spans a rapid of the Kicking Horse River. While the Natural Bridge is certainly an interesting...
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chewy3326
Dec 17, 2011

Lake McArthur

The largest lake in the Lake O'Hara region is Lake McArthur, which lies in southern corner of the basin. The lake is a pretty turquoise and has a sizable glacier at its southeast end; while I'm sure...
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chewy3326
Dec 17, 2011

Odaray Grandview

One of the many scenic trails in the Lake O'Hara region is the Odaray Highline and Grandview Trail, which climb to viewpoints on the slopes of Odaray Mountain. This is a very worthwhile hike, as the...
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chewy3326
Dec 16, 2011

Opabin Plateau

Lake O'Hara may be the gem of the Rockies, but Opabin Plateau is the gem of Lake O'Hara. There are few places I have ever been to that have been so easy to hike to yet offer such incredible scenery....
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chewy3326
Dec 16, 2011

Opabin Prospect

The most well-known day hike in the Lake O'Hara area is probably the Alpine Circuit, which traverses a large portion of the high country above the lake and offers what are reportedly amazing views....
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chewy3326
Dec 16, 2011

Lake Oesa

This 6-km round trip hike is one of the many enjoyable in the Lake O'Hara region. Following the lakeshore trail around the lake's north shore, you'll come to the branch-off for this trail before...
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chewy3326
Dec 16, 2011

Lake O'Hara Lakeshore Trail

This relatively easy loop trail follows the shoreline of Lake O'Hara and allows you to access the other trails in the area (Lake Oesa, Opabin Plateau). Some of the prettiest views are on the south end...
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chewy3326
Dec 15, 2011

Top Hotels in Yoho National Park

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1 Yoho Valley Road, PO Box 40, , Alberta, T0L-1E0, Canada
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scottishvisitor

"Side Trip to Yo Ho National Park"
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zrim

"Yoho Ho Ho Ho"
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madamx

"THE BEST LITTLE NATIONAL PARK IN THE WEST"
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Waalewiener

"The Natural Bridge in Yoho National Park."
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"Yoho National Park"
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