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“natural bridge”(26 reviews)
“trans canada”(2 reviews)
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Field, Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada
+1 250-343-6783
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All reviews natural bridge trans canada off the highway your eyes great scenery cathedral mountain lodge easy access yoho national park parking lot takakkaw falls confluence power stop silt gushing rapids path
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Reviewed 1 week ago

was taken back by this view even if it in a small area and in a corner,but the sound and the colour of the river was breathtaking.

Thank glennk1966
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This river area is amazing views, gorgeous blue river and rock formations from the quick water. We enjoyed this area so much. Tons of great hikes !

Thank kabank2018
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Worth a visit to understand the challenges early pioneers had in crossing the mountains and using this valley for the railroad

Thank winsoc1953
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Fascinating place just as a photo stop, even in the rain, and not far off the main highway. Amazing how the gushing water has formed a natural hole in the rocks.

Thank WestYorksHomebird
Reviewed 11 September 2018

This stop on the road to Emerald Lake is worth the visit. One thing about Parks Canada is that there are public toilets at every lay-by and scenic stop, a god send when on a road trip! Just one of countless views and photo opportunities.

Thank philipnorthwood1
Reviewed 10 September 2018

Nature bridge on the way to Emerald lk. is a must see. The turn off is near the town of Field BC. Leaving Hwy1 turn off at the signpost that donates Emerald Lk.

Thank jackiealfred
Reviewed 10 September 2018 via mobile

The best view of the falls is just a short walk across a bridge. As everywhere in the Canadian Rockies it was crowded but well worth the time.

Thank tourchick
Reviewed 1 September 2018 via mobile

See the falls and the river from it , in the spring it must be so much bigger with the melt , but still it is a fast river even in August, a gem we did not know about, were just planning to visit Banff...More

Thank nick b
Reviewed 31 August 2018

There are umpteen options to see the Kicking Horse River. Natural Bridge is one, but crowded. You can also see it along the Trans Canada and Yoho Valley Parkway. There are some pull out and stops to see it.

Thank David E
Reviewed 21 August 2018

This is a beautiful, swift river that carries the silt and glacial run-off from the nearby mountains down through the Natural Bridge. The water is a cloudy, oatmeal color which is accentuated by the evergreens that line this powerful river. Gorgeous views!

Thank 860SusanB860
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