Day 30 - part 2
Yoho National Park Travel Blog› entry 49 of 69 › view all entries
When you come across the visitor/information center in Yoho National Park and/or entering Alberta, be sure to check out this stylish little town. It appears to have a population of less than 100! So sweet! In this National Park, our eyes took a peek at the Natural Bridge, Meeting of the Two Rivers, and the Takakkaw Falls. Awwwww! An Hoary Marmot took a pose on a rock near the side of the road as if it wanted us to take picture of him! So furry and huggable!
The Takakkaw Falls was astounding! It is probably our first time to see such fall, where it would cascade down into a deep pool and then rage over the ledge into the watercourse below. It was as if it was creating a dense fountain of passion, raining the earth below with colors of rainbow! Near the Fall, Whiskey Jack Hostel situated itself off the road. So primitive and remote, cozy and simple. It does not provide any electricity or the luxury one would find in a motel/hotel, yet it is a dream for those who wants to go by simply! Connect with nature and be your true self! Ah... there is luxury of being in the dense forest, valley of the mountains, companioned by the creatures, and the imperial view of the waterfall! Sun crept down behind the mountains, colored the falls with soft colors and it was a great way to ease our day into night, filling our dreams with wonders.