Twin Falls Tea House was built in association with the Canadian Pacific Railway and showcases unique architectural design, typical of park architecture in the early 1900s. Check out the massive peeled and unpeeled logs in the three-part structure, the hand-hewn shingles and iconic sign above the door.
Stand next to the spray of the surging side-by-side Twin Falls waterfalls in the Little Yoho Valley.
Twin Falls Tea House National Historic Site can be reached only by foot. The 16.4 km trail is considered moderate and is a pleasant 3 hour hike (one-way) from the Takakkaw Falls parking lot in Yoho National Park.
- National Historic Site
- UNESCO World Heritage Site
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