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“Not to be missed”
Review of Natural Bridge

Natural Bridge
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$124.33*
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Waterfalls of Yoho National Park
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Reviewed July 14, 2013

This is one of the sights not to be missed when in Yoho National Park. The force of the water running through the Natural Bridge is quite amazing, the roar equally impressive and breathtaking. There is a walkway so that you can view from different angles. As this is part of Yoho NP you will need a pass in order to stop and view the attraction.

Thank manswa
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Reviewed July 13, 2013

I didn't really know anything about the Natural Bridge and actually stopped to log a geocache. This is a very unique formation and I was glad to have stopped by. It's a quick pull off on the way to Emerald Lake and well worth it to stretch your legs and take in the view.

Thank RoamingTheGlobe
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Reviewed July 13, 2013 via mobile

We stopped in at the Natural Bridge on our way to Calgary this past week.

The location is just off the road to Emerald Lake. It is super easy to find. There is a parking lot along with bathrooms (upscale outhouse type). You will need a National Park Pass to see this attraction.

The Natural Bridge is a natural wonder. The river has cut out a natural undercut bridge waterfall. There is a park observation bridge over the canyon/river in order to see the waterfall.

The only problem with this stop is that tour busses come to it. So you will be at the location and suddenly 50-100 people unload the bus to see the attraction within a short time period. This leads to some people aggressively staking out photo opportunities. Rude.

Thank Brett P
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Reviewed July 12, 2013

This natural water site is absolutely a "do not miss".... one of the most beautiful sights we saw on our recent Canadian Rockies vacation

Thank suzonnea
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Reviewed July 12, 2013

There is so much water coming through this area it takes your breath away, the force has created a natural bridge of the name given. in time there will be no more as it will all erode away. there are many view points and little walks very beautiful.

Thank mallin1321
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