Yoho National Park
On the western slopes of the Great Divide, glaciers and waterfalls cling to the towering peaks of Yoho National Park. Discover the secrets of ancient marine life in a land shaped by water and human ingenuity.
Safety is your responsibility. Natural hazards are a part of the mountain experience.
Always check current trail conditions before setting out in the Park.
Seasonal closures and restrictions
While Yoho National Park is open year-round, some services aren’t available in winter.
Visiting Yoho National Park
Activities and experiences
Things to do, camping, hiking, trails, Burgess Shale fossils, guided hikes, backpacking, points of interest and Lake O'Hara.
Plan your visit
Maps and directions, visitor centre hours, park fees, local attractions, accommodation, facilities and services, fire information and visitor guidelines.
Camping and overnight accommodations
Types of accommodations, equipped camping, and nearby accommodations.
Cost of daily park admission, Parks Canada Discovery Pass, camping fees, backcountry permit, fishing permit, Burgess Shale guided hike and Lake O'Hara...
Safety and guidelines
Natural hazards are a part of the national park experience. Learn the most common risks and how to avoid them.
About Yoho National Park
History of Yoho including National Historic Sites like Abbot Pass and Twin Falls Tea House, and Federal Heritage Buildings including warden cabins and...
Nature and science
Research and monitoring help protect Yoho’s mammals and birds. We manage forest fires, restore habitat for species at risk and protect rare fossils.
Stewardship and management
Planning and management guiding documents, public consultations, information for businesses and residents, filmmakers, photographers and special events.
Phone number: 250-343-6783
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National information line
Phone number: 1-888-773-8888 (toll-free)
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours of operation
The park is open year-round.
Visitor services are available May to early October.
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