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Location

Burgess Lookout Cabin is an ideal base in Yoho National Park from which guests can explore the many attractions of Banff National Park in the Canadian Rockies.

Bow Lake
Bow Lake
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Lake O'Hara
Lake O'Hara
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Mt. Stephen
Mt. Stephen
Driving Distances

Yoho National Park
Emerald Lake - 10 minutes
Takakkaw Falls - 15 minutes
Lake O'Hara (trail head/parking) - 10 minutes
Wapta Falls (trailhead / parking ) - 10 minutes

Banff National Park
Lake Louise - 25 minutes
Moraine Lake - 35 minutes
Johnston Canyon - 50 minutes
Town of Banff - 55 minutes
Bow Lake / Num-ti-ja Lodge - 55 minutes

Jasper National Park
Columbia Icefields - 2 hours
Marmot Ski Basin (Jasper) - 2 ¾ hours
Town of Jasper - 3 hours

Kootenay National Park
Radium Hot Springs - 2 hours


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Yoho National Park

Takakkaw Falls
Takakkaw Falls
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The word "Yoho" is a Cree expression of astonishment or awe. Yoho National Park is renowned for its spectacular waterfalls, including one of the highest in Canada, Takakkaw Falls, stunning glacial fed lakes and towering rock walls. Some other points of interest include the Burgess Shale fossil exhibit, the railway engineering feat of the Spiral Tunnels and the beauty and wonder of Lake O'Hara.

Yoho National Park is a hiker's, X-country & downhill skier's paradise. Downhill skiers are just 25 minutes away from some of the best skiing in North America at Lake Louise Ski Resort.


Burgess Lookout Guest Cabin
302 2nd Avenue, P.O. Box 41,
Field, British Columbia, Canada V0A 1G0
Phone: 1-877-343-6452 (Toll-free in US/Canada)
Email: info@burgesslookoutguestcabin.com

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