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Visit Yoho National Park

Yoho, meaning ‘Awe’ in Native American translations, is one of Canada’s smaller national parks, with a reach of just over 500 square miles. The park is regarded as a relatively secret pocket of the Canadian Rockies and doesn’t get half as many tourists as neighbouring parks, such as Banff and Jasper.

But don’t let that fool you because here you will discover some of Canada’s most impressive water features, with Kicking Horse River, Takakkaw Falls and Emerald Lake all providing picturesque backdrops to walking trails and picnic pastures. Crammed-full of incredible landscapes there is plenty of recreational options, including an excellent selection of walking trails, wildlife watching and of course rafting. Visiting Emerald Lake is one of the absolute highlights and not to be missed.

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