Activities and experiences

Yoho National Park

Experience alpine adventures within the reach of the casual visitor. Explore the vast backcountry and rest in scenic campgrounds. Challenge yourself with a day hike to half-billion-year-old fossil beds. Immerse yourself in history and heritage in Yoho National Park.

Skiing and snowshoeing

Some hiking trails are suitable for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing but the park is a natural area and travel is at your own risk.


Mountain safety

Safety is your responsibility. Natural hazards are a part of the mountain experience.

Points of interest

Explore Yoho's short side-trips offering ample opportunities for picnicking and sightseeing.

hiker looking at a tree

Guided conservation hikes

Get an insider’s look at the cutting-edge work being done by Parks Canada to protect species at risk and restore balance in the parks.

hikers looking at fossils

Burgess Shale fossil hikes

Discover the Burgess Shale fossils on a guided hike. Three unique hikes to unique locations. Find trail descriptions, schedules, rates and book your hike.

A woman and child sit on a bench at the shore of Lake O’Hara

Lake O'Hara

The Lake O’Hara area is a true gem in Yoho National Park. Access to Lake O'Hara is limited to protect this sensitive environment. 

Services and amenities

Accessible Facilities Accessible services
Accommodation Accommodation
Bus parking Bus parking
Camping Campgrounds
Electric car charging station Charging stations
Dogs on leash Dogs on leash
Gift Shop Gift shop
Information Information
Lookout Lookout
Parking Parking
Picnic area Picnic area
Playground Playground
Coffee shop Restaurants (limited hours)
Restrooms Restrooms
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