Named for a Cree expression of awe and wonder, Yoho lies on the western slopes of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Vertical rock walls, waterfalls and dizzying peaks draw visitors from around the world. With exceptional hiking and sightseeing, the park offers a unique glimpse of Canada’s natural wonders, from the secrets of ancient ocean life to the power of ice and water.

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Getting here

Yoho Visitor Centre
Trans-Canada Highway
Field, B.C.

Hours of operation

The park is open year-round
Visitor services are available mid-May to mid-October.

Visitor centre 
Map

Fees

Free admission in 2017. Other fees still apply.
Detailed fees list

Contact us

Year-round
Telephone:
250-343-6783
Email:
yoho.info@pc.gc.ca 

National information line
Toll-free: 1-888-773-8888
Email:
information@pc.gc.ca

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