Right off the main road, an interesting natural phenomena. Take time to read the historical signs about the Ukranian internment camps and how they built the highways.
The setting is magnificent and easy to get to. the bridge itself is a bit of a letdown realtive to the other sights in the Rockies.
Easy access off the Transcanada Highway, a couple of km west of Field, easy parking, washrooms and easy access to the falls. When there is a log of water flowing the noise is deafening. If there are coach tours wait a while until they depart. If you have a couple of hours walk down the fire road that leads off... More
This is a MUST stop on your tour of Yoho National Park. It shows the force of nature and the power and determination of water when it wants to go to a certain area. The water used to be a waterfall falling over the rock. Through time, it found it's way through the cracks and crevices and created a hole... More
I have to admit, the Natural Bridge is extra special for me, as it was where my husband proposed, but that aside, its still an interesting and impressive rock formation. A fantastic example of the power of water. And if rocks aren't your thing, I think the sound of the water rushing past and the beautiful colours will still make... More
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