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“Nature at its best”
Review of Natural Bridge

Natural Bridge
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Reviewed September 19, 2013

Since it is so easy to stop by the Natural Bridge you won't want to miss it. The view is beautiful but the story of the geology of the Natural Bridge is positively fascinating and brings the glacial world to life.

Thank Janice125
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Reviewed September 13, 2013

This area is just as interesting as Emerald Lake yet it receives a fraction of the crowd. Its definitely worth a visit since access is so easy.

Thank S M
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Reviewed September 12, 2013

we stopped here on our way to Emerald Lake - and for us it was not a 'quick peak then hop back in the car" stop. There is a man made bridge which lets you practically stand face to face with the falls. We stood there for quite a while hearing and watching the powerful rush of the water. My children actually stopped and read the signs about the formation of the bridge and how it will eventually erode and collapse - they thought that it was pretty cool. My girls also loved walking on the softly sloped rocks before the natural bridge and dipping their toes in the freezing glacial waters - we took some of our best pictures from our trip here

Thank Tziona p
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Reviewed August 31, 2013

We nearly didn't stop to look at a river going through a rock but that would have been a mistake. The path leading from the car park is so well organised with a bridge so that you can see both sides that the stop is well worthwhile and you're close enough to hear and feel the power of the water.

Thank Clive480077
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Reviewed August 17, 2013

We took a day in Yoho and visited Emerald Lake, Takakkaw Falls and the Natural Bridge. Each was unforgettable in its own way. The Natural Bridge offered the change to walk close to the water, hear and feel the power of gushing glacial water and was close to the road, making access very easy. So picturesque. The bride and groom we saw at Emerald Lake came here to have photos taken. Photo heaven.

Thank CoachDena
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