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Field holidays - Charming, secluded and serene
Sitting amidst the soaring landscapes of Yoho National Park, this remote community is a picturesque spot to stop-off and camp under the stars during an escorted or self-drive tour, or wander through the National Park for elusive wildlife sightings. Should you need to stretch your legs on your journey, take to the water and raft along the Kicking Horse River.
The small town of Field in British Columbia offers breathtaking mountain scenery and amazing wildlife touring opportunities in the Yoho National Park.
Things to do in Field
In summer, Field offers great hiking and camping opportunities with the summit of the nearby mountain peak being a popular hike. In winter, Field regularly sees heavy snowfall and is a popular destination sitting between the resorts of Lake Louise and Kicking Horse Mountain Resort. Field sits in the beautiful Yoho National Park, a popular alpine destination known for its excellent climbing, white water rafting, mountain biking and spectacular scenery. In summer, the whole area comes alive. The Burgess Shale Fossil Beds are famous for their detailed and delicate finds and guided hikes. Wildlife is abundant in Yoho and there are a number of hikes and guided walks that include opportunities to view; black bears, grizzly bears, moose, elk and more.
When to go to Field
Field, British Columbia sees summer average temperatures of around 24°C in July, which drops to winter lows of around -17°C.
- Hiking at Lake O’Hara
- Rafting the Kicking Horse River