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A lovely lake with some nice walks around the edge.
We paid to do the boat tour, we’d booked in advance which I wouldn’t recommend as it ended up raining when we were there so it wasn’t the best. The guy doing the talk on...More
I stopped here to do some photos as a photographer.
The views are definitely not the best of Banff but they are nice as it is the largest man made Lake in the Bow Valley.
If you have time and want another stop, I’m sure...More
Visited on our way back from Norquay - very picturesque with a good few walks and paths to be explored. Plenty of warnings about bears which always makes you twitchy.. parking was easy, plenty of areas for picnicking
We drove up via Two Jack Lake which was very pretty and gave great vistas of Mount Rundle. The walks are pleasant enough and the cruise looks good. The views from the footpaths near the visitor centre are beautiful, especially in the Autumn. We were...More
Visited on a warm sunny afternoon. As it was the weekend, families were enjoying barbecues in specially provided shacks and shelters. A stroll along the wooded path by the lake showed off the glorious colours of the water. A quite splendid place.
This is an attractive lake and it is possible to walk around the shore and trek into the woods. There are more beautiful areas to see in the mountains. There are cruise boats available but they did not add to the experience. There was the...More
No problems using your kayak and dogs are welcome but must be on their leads both for others’ comfort and also because it is bear country. However, It is unlikely that any bears will want to be so close to the multitudes of... More
No problems using your kayak and dogs are welcome but must be on their leads both for others’ comfort and also because it is bear country. However, It is unlikely that any bears will want to be so close to the multitudes of people that flock to Lake Minnewanka. Get there early otherwise you will be in a scrum chasing after parking places, it gets absolutely rammed especially when the weather is good.