Banff National Park

January 25, 2017  •  6 Comments

On our last full day of the tour, we drove into Banff National Park.  We were headed towards Lake Moraine.  We made several stops along the way to photograph the pretty scenery.

 

 

 

 

 

We finally arrived at our destination, Lake Moraine.   Moraine Lake is a glacially fed lake in Banff National Park, 14 kilometers (8.7m) outside of the Village of Lake Louise, where we had driven the previous day.  Its elevation is approximately 6,183 feet.  

 

 

We spent a couple of hours at the lake before heading back to Canmore.  

The next morning before heading to the airport, we went out to take a few photos in Canmore.

 

 

All in all, it was a wonderful trip.  


Comments

tricia Matheson(non-registered)
Bravo! Excellent photos of Moraine Lake and Canmore. They are shown here as they appear in one's fondest memories.
Bill(non-registered)
Moraine Lake is my favourite Alberta lake
Wendy(non-registered)
The pictures of Moraine Lake are exquisite...you really should submit these to the Chamber of Commerce to be included in their travel brochures. Just beautiful.
Maureen(non-registered)
Just love those photos of Moraine Lake. It brings me back 36 years. You wouldn't want to see my photos.
Hetty(non-registered)
Wow! Love the Lake Moraine pics. The reflections in the water. Breathtaking! The Cranmore pics are beautiful too. Those red peaks! Such raw beauty! Once again you have captured Banff in all it's glory.
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