The country of Canada is blessed by nature with many beautiful landscapes, majestic cliffs, vast forests. In particular, visiting this country, you can also find about 31,752 lakes of all sizes, small, medium and large.
However, with their pristine scenery, here are 7 most beautiful lakes in Canada that you should visit.
Emerald is a beautiful lake located in Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada. It is also the largest of 61 lakes and ponds of Yoho, as well as one of the park's most popular tourist attractions. Coming to this lake, you can enjoy watching the lake, sailing on the water and experiencing countless other interesting activities. Emerald Lake Lodge is a luxury lodge located on the edge of the lake, where guests can stay during their trip.
Peyto Lake is an ice lake nestled in Banff National Park in Rockies Canada. The lake is located near Icefields Parkway. It is known that the name of the originated fromBill Peyto, a trail guide in the Banff area. This lake is formed in a valley in the Waputik range, between Mount Caldron, Mount Peyo and Mount Jimmy Simpson with an altitude of up to 1,860 m.
Also located in Banff National Park in Alberta, Lake Louise is not only a beautiful Canadian ice lake but also famous all over the world. The lake is located about 5 km to the west of Hamlet of Lake Louise and the Trans-Canada Highway. The most striking and attractive feature of the lake is the emerald green water created by the rock powder and the surrounding majestic mountains. In the area around the lake, visitors can also find interesting hiking trails as well as a nearby ski area.
Trinewanka is an ice lake located in the eastern part of Banff National Park. The lake is located about 5km northeast of Banff town. With a length of 21 km and a depth of 142 m, this is the second longest lake in the Rockies Canada.
Located in British Columbia, Garibaldi is a turquoise blue lake only 37 km north of Squamish, 19 km south of Whistler. The lake is located in Garibaldi Provincial Park, home to mountains, glaciers, trails, dense forests, meadows, waterfalls and many flower fields. It is known that the turquoise of the lake is caused by ice powder suspended in the melting water from its two main streams, the large Sphinx glacier in the east and the Sentinel glacier in the south on the slopes of Mount Garibaldi.
Berg Lake is a lake on the Rbson River, just below the river's source and located in Mount Robson Provincial Park. The lake is partially fed by the Berg Glacier. The lake has turquoise water and is dotted with icebergs even in summer. To reach Berg Lake, you can follow the 19 km long hiking trail from the park's parking area or follow Yellowhead Highway 16.
This is a beautiful lake located right in Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada. The lake is located about 20 km southeast from the town of Jasper. The lake is about 7 km long and is a fairly shallow lake. It is known that the lake is also part of the Maligne river basin, which is fed mainly by glaciers.
Watch: Canadian Rockies - Icefields Parkway (Lake Louise , Peyto, Bow Lake, Glacier Skywalk, Athabasca)