The next day was my only venture into Yoho National Park, for the Iceline trail. I didn't know exactly what to expect on this one, other than that it would be another day-long hike.
It turns out this one was one of the most challenging hike of the trip, which was fitting since it was the last major hike I'll take on this trip. The photos will tell the story, but let's just say there was way more snow than I thought possible at this time of year.
I was exhausted when I got back to the parking lot. It was quite a memorable experience, hiking through all of that snow. Trekking through snow took so much more energy, as it just got in the way and weighed me down.
I headed back to Banff, tired but fulfilled. It was going to be my last night in Banff and second-last night in the parks, so things were winding down.