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All reviews rent a canoe gift shop green water per hour surrounding mountains avoid the crowds canadian rockies beautiful spot parking spot parking lot the loop sunny day tour buses down the road car park natural bridge easy hike
The weather wasn’t perfect when we visited, but could still see the wonderful emerald color. We walked around the lake and had a little picnic. Plenty of chairs to sit down and relax. There’s a bit of a photo crowd near the parking lot, but...More
We stopped here on our day tour. We were very far away from the water, but where we stood it was gorgeous and frankly it was easy to see that this place was magical. I hope that everyone gets a chance to spend time at...More
Emerald Lake is beautiful and a must see in Yoho National Park. The hike is an easy one around the lake and there is no need to rush. Take your time, bring a picnic, read a book. You'll thank me when your soul is refreshed...More
Lake was great and peaceful. Hotel was egregiously overpriced. We were unable to check in until an hour after check in. One restaurant at rhe lake and very subpar and expensive as well. The cabin we had had the view if the lake blocked by...More
The pictures don't do justice to the beauty of this place. Great walking path around the lake. Nice little gift shop, you can rent canoes, and eat at the cafe or grab a coffee. More tranquil than Lake Louise and Moraine Lake.
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The drive to Emerald Lake is pretty good, but the parking gets filled up quickly so you need to get there early. We were there around 8am and by the time we finished hiking around 2pm, the parking lot was a zoo with cars and... More
The drive to Emerald Lake is pretty good, but the parking gets filled up quickly so you need to get there early. We were there around 8am and by the time we finished hiking around 2pm, the parking lot was a zoo with cars and tour buses circling around.
We never made it to Yoho Lake or Takakkaw Falls. I heard the road is only open during the summer months so my guess is it's probably a logging type road and probably need a 4x4 or higher clearance vehicle.