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Serene Lakes in Canada That Will Lend You Peace of Mind

Seema Nehete Aug 28, 2019
Canada is home to beautiful nature and known for having large number of fresh water lakes all pretty in their own way. Most of the lakes have a stunning shade of turquoise water surrounded by mountains.

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Lake Moraine

It's also known as a “Glacially Fed Lake” in Banff National Park. The lake is situated in the Valley of the Ten Peaks.

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Lake Emerald

Located in Yoho National Park Emerald Lake is one of the main tourist attractions of the park.

Lake Ontario

It's one of the five great lakes of North America.

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Lake Maligne

Lake Maligne is situated in the Jasper National Park known for the surrounding peaks, the three glaciers visible from the lake and the Spirit Island.

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Lake Superior

Lake Superior is one of the "largest lakes" in Canada and also "largest freshwater lake" in the world by surface area.

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Lake Garibaldi

This turquoise-coloured alpine lake in British Columbia, Canada has turned into the most beautiful ice rink.

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Lake Huron

This lake is known for having the largest shore line length among any of the Great Lakes.

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Spotted Lake

This unique lake is situated in northwest of Osoyoos which contains higher amounts of various minerals and is known as "saline endorheic alkali lake".

Lake Minnewanka

The beautiful lake is ringed by evergreen trees and is the "2nd longest lake" in the mountain parks of the Canadian Rockies fed by the Cascade River.