The entrance fees for Yoho National Park are the same as for other Canadian national parks. The fees are $11 for an adult between 18 and 64 years old, $9.50 for a senior aged 65 and up, and free for anyone under the age of 18. Keep in mind that these prices are in Canadian dollars, so if you’re visiting from the US, you’ll have to do some conversion. When this post was written, $11 CAD was equal to about $8.20 in USD, but the exchange rates fluctuate. It’s also worth remembering that, unlike US national parks, the entrance fee for Yoho National Park is good for one day only. You’ll have to pay again if you want to visit the park on another day.
If you plan on visiting more than one Canadian national park on your trip, or if you live in Canada and want to visit more frequently, you might consider picking up a Parks Canada Discovery Pass. Analogous to the America the Beautiful Pass in the US, a Discovery Pass gets you unlimited free access to any national park in Canada—over 80 destinations in total.
The Discovery Pass costs $75.25 for an adult, $64.50 for a senior, and $151.25 for a group of up to seven people. For our American readers who might not know the conversion rate offhand, that’s about $56 for an adult, $48 for a senior, and $113 for a group, making a Canadian Discovery Pass a little cheaper than the US option. The pass lasts for 12 months before you’ll have to buy a new one.
To make the most of your next trip to the Canadian Rockies, check out our Yoho National Park Self-Guided Driving Tour. More prolific travelers might also be interested in Action+, a subscription service that gives you unlimited access to over 100 tours for a single yearly price.
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