Lakes & Rivers - Banff

Moraine Lake

Moraine Lake, Alberta

403-762-1550

51.328225,-116.181586

Seasonal, Late Spring to Early Fall

Situated in the Valley of Ten Peaks, Moraine Lake is a glacially fed lake, at the elevation of 1885m. Read more…

Lakelouise

Lake Louise Banff National Park

403-762-1550

111 Lake Louise Drive, Lake Louise, Banff National Park, Alberta T0L 1E0

Year Round. Activities Vary.

Lake Louise is a glacial lake in the Canadian rockies which sits at an elevation of 200 vertical feet above the valley floor. Read more…

Johnson Lake

Johnson Lake, Improvement District No. 9, AB, Canada

Year Round

Located on the Minnewanka road loop, a breezy scenic ride with picturesque view of rich vegetation, rugged landscape and glacier Lake, Johnson Lake is the place to… Read more…

Lake Minnewanka

Lake Minnewanka, Banff National Park

403-762-1550

51.247196,-115.499275

Year round

Named ‘Water of the Spirits’ by the First Nations, Lake Minnewanka is a glacial lake fed by Cascade river and is the largest body of water in… Read more…

Herbert Lake, Icefields Parkway

Herbert Lake

Herbert Lake, Improvement District No. 9, AB, Canada

Year Round

Visit Herbert Lake early in the morning or during sunset to enjoy incredible reflection of Mt. Read more…

Vermilion Lake Banff National Park

Vermilion Lakes Banff National Park

403-762-1550

Vermilion Lakes Rd Banff National Park, Improvement District No. 9, AB

Year Round.

About Vermilion Lakes, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada A series of lakes formed in the Bow River valley, Banff National Park, the Vermilion Lakes in Alberta is… Read more…

Mt Assiniboine

Mt Assiniboine Provincial Park

403-678-2883

Mt. Assiniboine Provincial Park

Year Round. Activities Vary.

Mt Assiniboine Provincial Park is a UNESCO World Heritage site and situated along the continental divide, in British Columbia. Read more…

Peyto Lake

Peyto Lake Banff National Park

403-762-1550

Peyto Lake, Improvement District No. 9, AB, Canada

Year Round

Named for Bill Peyto, a packer and guide of early 1900’s, the Lake is located at an elevation of ~1800 m in the Canadian Rockies. Read more…