twin falls yoho national park

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twin falls yoho national park is a 10.6 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Columbia-Shuswap, BC that features a lake and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from June until September.

10.6 miles 1312 feet Loop

camping

hiking

nature trips

rock climbing

snowshoeing

trail running

walking

forest

lake

river

views

waterfall

wild flowers

wildlife

blowdown

bugs

muddy

over grown

rocky

scramble

This is a easy to difficult trail to go on whether you take the iceline 24k 900 meter, or yoho valley 18k 400 meter. There are 5 waterfalls along the hike, plenty of glaciers to. A must to do, several trails lead off from the main one

hiking
3 months ago

Beautiful hike! So worth it! So many waterfalls along the way. We did the loop on our way back and you'll be on the side of a rocky mountain with spectacular views of the mountains and glaciers!

hiking
4 months ago

2 years ago

Did this hike a few years ago easily one of my favourites. We did it in 3 days and 2 nights. The switch backs at the end can wear on the legs but worth it to see all the falls

hiking
4 years ago

Just did the hike this weekend, what a beauty. Hike starts at takakaw falls, from there head west at a junction to the right is angels stair case falls, off to the left is point lace falls. Going straight a few more k after a steep incline is laughing falls, then valley remains flat until u have to go down to twin falls campground, from there it's another steep incline 300m to hit twin falls, which was a beauty. U can continue the loop through the iceline trail viewing glaciers, moraines, please note this is strenuous. I had to cross a rock slide going up not knowing it was even a trail. U are also out there for the elements exposed so hopefully u get a nice day out of it. Definately would recommend.

There are many trails that lead off like whaleback, yoho glacier and u can hit the top of twin falls