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GordN escreveu uma avaliação jun de 2018
Calgary, Canadá70 contribuições28 votos úteis
Parks Canada has made a decision to decommission a campground in Yoho National Park after the Kicking Horse River bursts its banks last spring and flooding caused extensive damage. Park officials say fixing and reopening the 59-site Chancellor Peak Campground, which is on the western boundary of the national park, would cost about $5 million. They say the river’s fast flowing waters cut a new channel through the middle of the campground and led to significant damage, including to the foundation of an access bridge across the river. “Reopening the campground has been determined to be cost prohibitive,” said Alex Kolesch, acting visitor experience manager for Lake Louise, Yoho and Kootenay. “We’ve got money set aside to take out the hard infrastructure – the buildings, picnic benches, privies and firepits – before high water this coming spring and we’re hoping to do site restoration over the course of the summer.” In June 2012, intense rainfall coupled with a spring melt following near record winter snowfall saw the Kicking Horse River flood and burst it banks in several areas. The campground was completely under water. This is not he first time flooding has damaged the Chancellor Peak Campground, which is located on a gravel bed island in the Kicking Horse River. In 2001, flooding resulted in a lengthy closure of the campground. “Even with low water in the fall, we still had water moving through the campground itself,” said Kolesch. Kolesch said there is no guarantee that mitigations to prevent future flooding, including diverting the current river channel, would keep the campground safe from flooding in future. “If we do try and mitigate, there’s no guarantee it would work, and it would also include diversion of the river channel and that has its own environmental concerns and is very costly to do,” he said. Kolesch said there are talks about reopening 75 sites at Hoodoo Creek Campground, about 1.5 kilometres east of Chancellor Peak Campground. The main section of Hoodoo was closed in 2000, but 30 sites have been open since then. He said the only other camping options in Yoho National Park are Kicking Horse (88 sites) and Monarch campgrounds (44 sites). There are also 35 walk-in sites at Takakkaw Falls. “We’re looking at Yoho as a whole and will make a decision on what’s best to make sure camping opportunities are maintained,” said Kolesch. “We are strongly committed to providing diverse and quality camping opportunities for visitors in Yoho National Park.”
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Data da estadia: julho de 2017Tipo de viagem: Viajou com a família
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snowboard1234 escreveu uma avaliação out de 2011
Zug, Suíça48 contribuições58 votos úteis
Ein Zufall führte uns zu diesem Campground. Eigentlich wollten wir zum Kickinghorse campground am anderen Ende des Yoho National Parks. Dieser war aber geschlossen, weil im Winter zuvor eine Lawine alles zerstört hatte. So fuhren wir weiter und entdeckten fast am Ende die Einfahrtstrasse zum Chancellor Peak. Welch ein Glück! Nach einer kurzen Fahrt auf einer guten Schotterstrasse kommt man automatisch auf den kleinen Platz. Man sucht sich hier seinen Stellplatz selber aus, registriert sich beim Eingang und bezahlt in bar die bescheidene Gebühr. Das ist ganz einfach und für Anfänger gut beschrieben. Wir wählten einen Stellplatz gleich am Flüsschen. Es war einfach unbeschreiblich schön. Wir hatten viel Platz, eine Feuerstelle und einen Picknicktisch. Die Aussicht auf die Berge war schon toll, aber so nahe am Fluss zu sein, Steinmännchen zu bauen und einfach die Seele baumeln zu lassen war so entspannend, dass wir spontan beschlossen, den ganzen Tag hier zu verweilen. Am Abend kam noch das "Platzhüte-Ehepaar", welches freiwillig und unentgeltlich den Campground plfegt vorbei und wir hatten einen netten Tratsch. Zum Campground gehört noch ein Kitchen Shelter mit einfacher Kochgelegenheit, ein Plumps WC (sauber), eine Frischwasserzapfstelle sowie ein riesiger Feuerholzhaufen wo man sich bedienen konnte. Dumpen kann man hier nicht, aber dies ist in der Day use area vom Hoodoo creek, der nur wenige Minuten entfernt ist möglich.
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Data da estadia: agosto de 2011Tipo de viagem: Viajou com a família
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CanadáBritish ColumbiaKootenay RockiesYoho National Park
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