Just 3-km from the picturesque town of Field in British Columbia within Yoho National Park is a natural rock bridge carved over thousands of years by the mighty Kicking Horse River, which is a Canadian Heritage river.
The two videos below show different perspectives of the bridge. The first one shows a top-down view of the bridge.
Yoho National Park has 28 peaks that are over 3000-m in height. It also has the Takakkaw Falls, which is the third highest waterfall in Canada (nearly 5 times Niagara Falls height).
The video below shows the turbulent Kicking Horse River as it flows under the bridge. It’s easy to see how the fast flowing water must have carved the rock to eventually make a hole through it.
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