While Yoho National Park is less known to me, it's simply less accessible and perhaps not as widely recognized. However, its nature is no less beautiful than Banff. Here, I have a feeling that the forests are older, towering like giants over the road and evoking a sense of monumentality.
Our stop in Yoho is near a waterfall, which takes about 25 minutes to reach from the bus stop. The waterfall is massive, cascading from the top of a cliff. It's difficult to get to the bottom, but maybe that's not necessary unless you want to immerse yourself in a sea of splashes. As the water falls from above, it scatters in different directions, swirling and enveloping everything below in a mist of water.
Having spent time exploring the waterfall and taking various photos from below, our time in Yoho National Park comes to an end. The day concludes with the journey back to Banff. The memories and impressions of the day - the spectacular sights, the sense of the scale of the Canadian wilderness, and the soothing sounds of nature - serve as beautiful reminders of the adventure.