Canada is one of the most beautiful countries in the world whose harsh unspoiled Northern beauty attracts thousands of tourists.
Lakes of Canada is amazing and gorgeous, especially in British Columbia and Alberta.
But this does not mean that lakes in other parts of the country do not deserve attention — each of them pretty in their own way. But we have to admit that the West lake with turquoise water and beautiful surrounding peaks are a special place on the planet. If you want a good swim, or take a trip on a motor boat — it is better to pay attention to the Eastern part of Canada. But for a relaxing holiday amidst nature and solitude should definitely throw your eyes to the West.
Going on a trip to moraine lake, don’t forget to bring your camera and a voluminous memory card. One glance and you will immediately understand why this is one of the most photographed lakes in Canada. His landscapes were depicted on canadian currency, was used as a screen saver for Windows and repeatedly appeared on photos for National Geographic. It is a glacial lake located in the Valley of the Ten Peaks Banff national Park. The majestic peaks of the mountains serve as the stunning backdrop to one of the most beautiful natural lakes in the world.
Beautiful lake Louise is one of the best examples of all-season resort and the quintessence of the beautiful lakes of Canada. The lake was named for the daughter of Queen Victoria, Princess Louise Caroline. One of the best ways to discover the beauty of this place with turquoise blue water and the top of the Victoria glacier in the background is the boat ride on the lake, or walk along numerous walking paths around the lake during the summer season. In the winter you will find here great skiing.
If you want to visit one of the cutest canadian attractions — lake Malin meets all the requirements. It is an elongated pond with blue glacial water, located in the canadian Rocky mountains Jasper national Park in Alberta. Malin is the largest glacial lake in the Park and the longest in the canadian Rockies with a length of 21 kilometers. You can hike on numerous trails, or enjoy a boat tour to the island Spirit. This small island covered with dense thickets of trees.
Deep turquoise blue water of Peyto lake contrast sharply with the surrounding mountain peaks, forming a picturesque combination of beauty for nature lovers. This lake in Banff National Park is known for its color of water, which is called “a magnet for photographers”. The best place for contemplation of this mass of water — lookout Bau point on passing through Western Alberta highway Eisfeldt. To make beautiful photos, it is also worth going down to the lake shore.
July — the best time to visit emerald lake emerald. It is the largest lake in Yoho National Park in the canadian Rocky mountains. It was his emerald-green water attracts many tourists and nature lovers. The lake got its color from dissolved in water, powdered limestone. Emerald freeze until almost June, and only July, the water is gaining the peak of its emerald color. In the winter it is a great place for cross-country skiing and winter sports.
Abraham lake on the Saskatchewan river in Northern Alberta was formed relatively recently. It was not created by glacial influence, although its water has a glacial blue hue. Abraham was the result of the construction of a dam on the river in 1972. And although winter in the canadian Rockies is very cold — this is a great time to explore the known phenomenon of bubbling water. Decaying plants produce methane, leading to posineniyu of water as freezing. Methane is a highly flammable, so try not to smoke nearby.
Lake Ontario gave the name of a canadian province, which borders. And although this is the smallest of the Great lakes, Ontario is still large enough to be the 14th largest lake in the world. Located below Niagara falls lake is the link the Great lakes with the Atlantic ocean, releasing its waters into the river St. Lawrence. Along the shores are dotted with numerous Islands of lake proudly towering lighthouses, and the largest city on the canadian side — Toronto. 51-kilometer swim around the lake is a serious challenge for many swimmers, which is currently managed only 50 people.
Formed by the volcanic influence of Lake superior has existed for hundreds of millions of years. It is the largest of the Great lakes and one of the largest freshwater lakes in the world. The southern part is divided between Canada and the United States of the lake known as the ship graveyard of the Great lakes. This name appeared because of the many shipwrecks that are concentrated mainly around Whitefish point. The most famous sunken ship was the SS Edmund Fitzgerald in 1975. This area today is an underwater nature reserve, attracting many divers.
The Garibaldi Lake
Located in the eponymous provincial Park, Garibaldi Lake — a picturesque lake surrounded by snowy mountains and lush forests. The lake is situated 90 minutes drive from Vancouver, British Columbia. Followed by a moderately challenging 18-km walking trip there and back occupying about five-six hours. Many tourists pre-book their camping here to stay for the night and enjoy the beauty of Garibaldi lake at sunrise.
Separating Canada and the United States Lake Huron — one of the largest freshwater lakes in the world. It is also home to the largest freshwater island in the world called Manitoulin island. Georgian Bay and Saginaw Bay are so huge that they are sometimes mistaken for separate lakes. Dense forests surround the Huron from all sides, and centuries-old shipwrecks still preserved their tracks under water. The most important of the wreck are now part of the reserves. One of the most krasiva lakes of Canada is named for the Indian tribe of Huron.
Spotted lake Kliluk
Summer is a good time to visit Spotted Lake near Osoyoos in South Central British Columbia. Kliluk is included in the list of the most unusual places in the world due to its unique spotted landscape. Its waters are filled with lots of minerals. When the water evaporates during the summer, the leaves on the bottom of the lake with colorful mineral stains. Minerals in the summer heat to settle to the bottom, forming distinct round pools. To avoid damaging the fragile ecosystem, to observe the Spotted lake Kliluk is possible only because of the fence.
Lake Joffrey is known for its extraordinary beauty. Lower, Middle and Upper Joffrey Lake was created by glacial effects, as evidenced by the beautiful turquoise green water. Located 35 km North of Penticton (British Columbia) the lake represents the picture of calm. Getting here is not easy and you have to be prepared for a short hike. This is a relatively easy walk of several kilometers from the Parking lot. As we descend to the shores of lake Joffrey landscape becomes rocky and steep, turning the trip into a real adventure. Without a doubt, this is one of the most beautiful lakes in the world.
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