Cathedral Mountain Lodge

Address: 1 Yoho Valley Road, Field, British Columbia, V0A 1G0, Canada | 4 star lodge
 
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This 4 star lodge, located on 1 Yoho Valley Road, Field, is near Emerald Lake, Takakkaw Falls, Takakkaw Falls and Twin Falls, and Yoho National Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Field

      Made it to Gield

      A travel blog entry by vyvyan on Oct 05, 2014

      4 photos

      ... This has been made over thousands of years. It started as a waterfall and as time went on the water found natural routes through the rock, which over time got bigger and made a hole through which the water flowed. Eventually the became so big that the water all flowed that way and in a few thousand years more it is expected that the bridge ...

      Lake Louise

      A travel blog entry by pattied on Sep 25, 2014

      2 comments, 17 photos

      ... And, beyond this, Lake Louise and the surrounding area provided a vivid reminder of the integral part played by nonliving elements, such as water and minerals, within our ecosystem. As the attached pictures and short videos will show, the glacier rock flour flows into Lake Louise, and Lake Louise flows into Louise Creek. There is still enough concentration of glacier rock flour in the creek's water to give the illusion of turquoise color, albeit lighter. ...

      Day#8: Jasper to Lake Louise

      A travel blog entry by rob-nicky on Aug 04, 2014

      77 photos

      ... read, " albino Sasquatch tears out of mountains".That being said, I do give credit to those who are out seeing some of the best of Canada's natural landscapes because the more we appreciate them and value them, the longer they will be here and protected for next generations...(fingers crossed that Harper is thrown out before his damage is irreversible and we have a government with an environmental focused agenda...) We had ...

      Canoeing at Morraine Lake

      A travel blog entry by hamca on Jul 12, 2014

      39 photos

      ... and we paddled around for an hour going to the far side of the lake where you could still look up at the top of the mountains and see huge areas of snow. Crazy to be in the late 20's on the lake and look up to the snow! There was a run off into the lake causing a small steam/waterfall as well, you often see these where the water runs off the mountain.....talk about mountain springs!
      The water in the lake was pretty cold....I don't think you could have ...

      Rocky Mountaineer Tour

      A travel blog entry by steveandcarro on Jun 13, 2014

      5 photos

      ... coach and driving to Banff. Where we saw the Bow Fall, Lake Minnewanka, Surprise Corner and the Hoodoos. We had lunch in Banff then drove to The Banff Gondola for a spectacular eight minute gondola ride to the top of Sulphur Mountain for 360 degree views over Banff and ...