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Natural Bridge

Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada
+1 250-343-6783
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A wonderful experience indeed

This natural bridge is worth a stop for us on the way home from Emerald Lake. It was not crowded at... read more

Reviewed yesterday
zemmhassim
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Calgary, Canada
So much fun

As we were leaving Emerald Lake we saw the sign for this so stopped off. It was fun seeing kids... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
nickstar101
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Toronto
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Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada
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Reviewed yesterday

This natural bridge is worth a stop for us on the way home from Emerald Lake. It was not crowded at all since we arrived there in late afternoon. The sound of the falls was just surreal.

Thank zemmhassim
Reviewed 2 days ago

As we were leaving Emerald Lake we saw the sign for this so stopped off. It was fun seeing kids walking across this natural bridge, little place added to our amazing day.

Thank nickstar101
Reviewed 4 days ago

This is worth stopping to see. It is also a short walk to the sight and is not crowded. The surging water has worn a hole in the rock over the years and the "natural bridge" will be worn away and collapse some day. Nature's...More

Thank TripPhotographer52
Reviewed 6 days ago

This turned out to be an unexpected find. While the Natural Bridge is beautiful there is more to see!

Thank david l
Reviewed 6 days ago

Natural Bridge is fascinating with works of erosion of rocks by the force of water. Nature has its won way creating an arts and science. The fall is very intriguing is like a horse kicks and keeps on going like the natural flow of water...More

Thank ManopelloVolto2013
Reviewed 1 week ago

We almost didn't stop here, and I'm so glad we did!!!! What a stunning little spot. I think I was more wowed by this area than Emerald Lake! Great for the whole family.

Thank adventuremom28
Reviewed 1 week ago

nice stop on the way up to emrald lake. walking around on the bridge was very cool snd fun. Wife freaked a little with the teens on the rock but it was all good

Thank Shane D
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Easy, quick stop while making your way through Yoho. Be patient for a parking spot if none are available, because the Natural Bridge is too cool to miss! Washrooms on-site (no services) and easily navigable for those with mobility issues.

Thank Elemes613
Reviewed 1 week ago

Worth a quick stop. Pretty cool the way the water has carved it's way through the rock over time. Parks Canada should consider replacing the concrete walls though to improve sight lines and overall look

Thank Heather P
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

For a quick stop this is a great visit but it was busy when we were there. We took a little walk off to the left along the river and there were some wonderful views and spots for photographs.

Thank Glossop_Girl
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Anna T
13 January 2017|
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Response from jvangurp | Reviewed this property |
I would imagine it's under 2m orcsnow in January!
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