Hike Camp and Travel

Camping in Kicking Horse Campground - Yoho National Park

Although for this trip, the forecast was rain/thunderstorm and cloudy for the whole week, we were blessed to catch a few days of sunshine. Our site was beside the heavy flowing Yoho River so it was a bit loud, but this noise is still way better than traffic noise.
The cost to camp here was $31/night (incl. fire permit and wood), gate-registration, flush toilets, showers, and of course hot water.

For this trip, we went for a hike to the interpretive Walk-In-The-Past trail. This trail begins on the RV sites to a closer look, at the making of the mountain railroad tracks. The trail crosses the tracks, so make sure to Stop-Look-Listen before proceeding.
We also did some scrambling on Paget Peak, and a drive to Golden to visit the Bear Refuge at the Kicking Horse Resort.
Our site in Kicking Horse Campground Kicking Horse Campground Walk-In-The-Past trail Canada Pacific Train Paget Peak Grizzly bear named Boo

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Updated: January 9, 2014 Author: Kajtek S