Yoho National Park
Supposedly, the name "Yoho" comes from a Cree Indian word that expresses amazement -- at least, a lot of websites seem to think so. Once you visit the park, though, it's easy to believe. In fact, I think Yoho is probably the most underrated of the Canadian Rockies national parks -- it is every bit as pretty as Banff and Jasper, but seems to be much less well-known. Located just on the other side of the Continental Divide from the Lake Louise area of Banff National Park, the highlights of Yoho include a natural bridge, the staggering heights of Takkakaw Falls, and a personal favorite, Emerald Lake. Yoho is also home to the unique Lake O'Hara high alpine region, which is covered in a separate sceneset.