HI Yoho National Park
HI Yoho National Park, Whiskey Jack Wilderness Hostel
Yoho National Park, British Columbia
How often do you get to be lulled to sleep by a roaring waterfall? Just down the road from the 1,254-foot Takakkaw Falls, HI Yoho National Park gives you rustic, wilderness living surrounded by nature. Open from late June to September.
- The view (and sound) of Takakkaw Falls
- Endless trailheads out the front door
- Rustic experience with indoor toilets and a shower
A glimpse of the hostel
Rooms & Beds
HI Yoho National Park, Whiskey Jack Hostel is a rustic retreat surrounded by wilderness hiking trails and adventure opportunities. The hostel sleeps up to 27 guests and comes with a self-catering kitchen with potable water, indoor toilets and a shower, propane lights and appliances and an outdoor fire pit.
The best location for a hostel in the Canadian Rockies. Across the valley from Takakkaw Falls and just metres away from the start of the Iceline Trail. Dark skies a plenty at night for stargazers! Be sure to stop by when in Yoho National Park
Located right in the front of the Takakkaw Falls, the sound of the grandiose fall can be heard anywhere in the hostel. A very unique in-the-woods experience that suits the backpacker/hikers on the trails.
There are also showers! Pretty incredible for a place so remote and only open for 3 months. Very clean, well organized and located right next door to the start of the Iceline trail.
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