Posted by: cherylyoung | February 3, 2016

PART 3 OF OUR MINI SERIES ABOUT YOHO NATIONAL PARK.

Cheryl Young's Blog

Some sections of the Kicking Horse River are

 navigable by canoe and kayak.

 Stop at the Visitor Centre for assistance.

 Canoe and boat rentals are available at Emerald

 Lake.

 Power boats are not permitted on park waters.

Fishing is permitted in the Kicking Horse River

 year-round from the confluence of the Kicking

Horse and Yoho Rivers to the west park boundary

 below Wapta Falls.

 Check the current “Fishing Regulations Summary”.

 A National Park Fishing Permit is required.

 Mountain bikes are allowed only on designated trails

in Yoho.

Designated trails includes these fire roads: Kicking

 Horse, Amiskwi, Otterhead, Ottertail, Ice River.

Check the Backcountry Guide to Yoho National

Park, for specific details.

Off trail bicycling and cycling on the O’Hara fire

 road is prohibited.

Mountaineering and Climbing route descriptions

and photos are available at the Visitor Centre.

 Anyone wishing to climb Mt. Stephen or travel

 through Dennis or Duchesnay passes must first

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