A cabin in the woods! Wilderness but not quite wilderness hostel. Had a very nice experience here. The host Joal is very quiet and a very nice guy! He drove me to Lake Emerald so I could hike from there. The matresses are just made of styrofoam but much more comfortable than you would think! Shower is warm but the pressure is horrible, but what would you expect from this place in the middle of nowhere. The views from the porch are incredible, especially with the roaring of Takakkaw Falls. Kitchen works good. Cooked some nice meals here after a full day of hiking :). The iceline trail is right outside the door. Also, a campfire every night under breathtaking starry night skies calls for great evenings!
I stayed for 2 nights over a weekend with almost full occupancy. I stayed in the dorm to the left of the kitchen and found it relatively quiet. The room and kitchen was clean except when some left unpackaged food on the counter over night. There was adequate dishes,cookware, bedding, plug ins for charging gadgets and storage space for food. Fridge, stove and oven worked great, no microwave. I was not disappointed one bit with my stay, the best of the back country with amentities!
It’s a wilderness hostel so come with no expectation. It was an experience, a good one but my wife won’t do it again (I think it was OK). The manager is really nice and made the check in really quick and gave as a small tour at the facilities (It’s only 1 cabin). The kitchen well equipped had had lots of storage places and some fridges so you won’t find yourself struggling where to put your food. the room was small with bunkbeds of 3. Restrooms and showers are located at a small room beside the main room. The running water is not as it sounds, the shower has no water pressure and it was really challenging, opening the door is a beat tricky as well. Overall experience was good for me, but my wife won’t do that again.
Honestly this rustic and far away from modernity hostel is much more clean than a lot of city hostel! Walls are thin so you can hear some noise but here everyone is respectful and the biggest "noise" you can hear is the sound of the falls. The guy responsible for the hostel is really nice and helpful. Bathroom with toilet, running water, soap. Sheets clean, kitchen clean and stocked with everything you need. What do you need more for a really cheap price???
We stayed at HI Yoho for 2 nights. The location is fantastic for Takakkaw Falls and hiking the iceline trail. Beds were comfortable and the showers/flushing toilet a luxury for a wilderness hostel (even though the shower didn’t work too well one of the nights). Bring your own food as there is a fridge and good cooking facilities and nothing close by to buy from. Would recommend for a short stay.
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