Welcome to Yoho National Park!
We are excited to share this iconic park with you. Our website serves as a digital gateway to the park, its history, inhabitants, amenities, and adventures. We hope your visit is the first step in encouraging an in-person experience and fostering a life-long relationship with Yoho National Park.
Explore. Experience. Enjoy!
From the Spiral Tunnels to the Burgess Shale, the historical community of Field, Takakkaw Falls and everything in between. We have natural wonders and world-famous built infrastructure that contribute to the rich history and texture of Yoho National Park. There is truly something for everyone, and a lifetime of experiences to enjoy. The Friends of Yoho promote and foster the ongoing stewardship, ecology, and culture of Yoho National Park.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
Revenue that is generated by the Friends of Yoho National Park Society supports research, cultural preservation, educational activities and other projects to achieve our mandate.
In 1985 a group formed to pursue the idea of forming a cooperating association here in Yoho National Park. A steering committee was assembled, and in November of 1987, the Friends of Yoho Society was registered as a not-for-profit society, with charitable status under the British Columbia Societies Act.