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“emerald lake”(132 reviews)
Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada
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All reviews quick stop the kicking horse river emerald lake nice stop minute stop natural wonder easy access rock formations water level water rushing mother nature photo opportunity short walk both sides walk around different angles worth a stop
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Reviewed today via mobile

A handy quick stop if going to or coming back from Emerald Lake. A very interesting feature in a stunning setting but as always be prepared to battle the crowds from all the coach tours.

Thank SamBrown654
Reviewed 5 days ago

Whenever I visit Emerald Lake Lodge, I almost always stop at the Natural Bridge. It's beautiful during any season, but I especially love it during autumn and early winter when the water is lower, the rocks are more exposed and the water is a gorgeous...More

Thank Beth v
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A gorgeous place in the Rockies. I wish we spent more time in Yoho, but we’ll be back. The natural bridge was beautiful and the water that flowed there had a gradient from clear to icy bright blues. It was a nice place to stop,...More

Thank TheFair0ne
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A natural spectacle, I'd say! Alongside the main road with good parking and Eco Toilets. Yoho National Park is not to be missed.

Thank Howard J
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Nice stop before Emerald lake. Easy to talk and to get to. Has a small bridge and surroundings where you can see the waterfalls.

Thank daniela c
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Yup, sounds corny but it is beautiful, rugged and worthy of taking your camera. Spend about 20 minutes getting some good camera angles. Easy to follow the signs from the Trans Canada Highway. Lots of parking very close to the river. It is free. You...More

Thank AirSchis
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

One of the highlights of our coach tour round the Banff/Lake Louise area, a quite spectacular natural wonder, with a bridge formed between rocks by the sheer power of the water. At some stage in the future it will finally collapse, so get there while...More

Thank PVilly
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This stop is on the way to Emerald Lake, but we decided to stop here on the return. It's beautiful to see how the power of water can create natural beauty. Like Emerald Lake, the parking is limited so best to stop early or later...More

Thank Eldon-Vancouver
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Path to emerald lake this view of crystal clear water offers an incredible view where nature once again stands out creating naturally with rocks a passage through the force of the waters.

Thank Mauricio L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Kicking Horse river has cut its way through this natural barrier of rock and has formed a natural bridge, in time however it is likely that this bridge will succumb to the action of the river and collapse. This attraction can be found in...More

Thank Plymouthtraveller8
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Anna T
12 January 2017|
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Response from Larry D | Reviewed this property |
This area is closed during the winter