Where are you going?
Or, let us surprise youSpin the Globe ®

Great Canadian Lakes

List View
Map View
Canada is beautiful. East or west the natural beauty of the land to the north is undeniable. One aspect of that beauty is its pristine lakes which seem to be in abundance wherever you visit.
Save Place
Moraine Lake, Improvement District No. 9, AB T0L, Canada
Nestled at the base of the Valley of the 10 Peaks, Moraine Lake boasts turquoise waters that change color throughout the day as sunlight refracts off the minuscule particles of glacier-ground rock suspended within. Though it has a B-list rating...
Save Place
Lake Louise, AB, Canada
Lake Louise is one of the star attractions in Banff National Park. I actually had to set up my tripod in the water for this shot to get away from the many tourists visiting the lake. If you go, be one of the 1%...the ranger described the 1% as...
Save Place
Birkenhead Lake, Squamish-Lillooet C, BC V0N 1L0, Canada
Birkenhead Provincial Park is located about 15 km down a fairly well-maintained forest service road north of Pemberton, British Columbia. The Park is about 90 minutes from Whistler and three hours from Vancouver. We went in June, early in the...
Save Place
Garibaldi Lake, Squamish-Lillooet D, BC V0N, Canada
With aqua blue lakes, it is hard not to be tempted to hike into Garibaldi Lake Campground and explore the area of Panorama Ridge and Black Tusk. With phenomenal views, it is worth the work of getting there. Even though a day hike to Panorama Ridge...
Save Place
3515 McDonald Dr, Yellowknife, NT X1A 2H2, Canada
Yellowknife is small, as in you can walk the whole town in half a day. But give yourself the full day to take in the hike around the lake, a chance to pick out some white fish from the Great Slave Lake at the fish truck, which is parked in front...
Save Place
Thetis Lake, View Royal, BC V9B, Canada
Thetis Lake Regional Park is a watery getaway just minutes from Bear Mountain. Comprised of multiple lakes, woodlands, and swamp, it has something for every nature enthusiast. The lakes are stocked with rainbow trout for anglers, and are also open...
Save Place
Banff, AB, Canada
If you ever have a chance of visiting Western Alberta, in Canada, make sure to drive to Lake Louise and hike up to Lake Anges, which is no less spectacular than the picture of Lake Louise I have attached (I used color swap on my camera to bring...
Save Place
Went out one day with my cousin in the middle of the week with a couple of his friends. We grabbed some sushi and drinks and made our way to the lake with the dog riding in the back. Surrounded by a plethora of pine trees, we just relaxed and...
Save Place
Two Jack Lake, Improvement District No. 9, AB T0L, Canada
A peaceful morning at Two Jack, outside of Banff. I spotted a conversation across the lagoon and wished I could have participated. Totally unexpected and surreal - like the setting.
Save Place
Caroline Island, Nipissing, Unorganized, South Part, ON P0A, Canada
In September, we parked our Harley overnight at the Portage Store Outfitters on Canoe Lake in Algonquin Provincial Park and paddled/portaged our way for five hours to a remote campsite in the Park's interior. The outfitting (and customer) service...
Save Place
One Mile Lake, Pemberton, BC V0N 2L1, Canada
One Mile Lake is found just South of Pemberton and is accessible from Highway 99. The lake is surrounded by beautiful forested and mountainous scenery and makes for a stunning stop on the way up to Pemberton. I find the lake and surrounding area...
Save Place
Alta Lake, Whistler, BC V0N, Canada
There are a few ways to paddle Alta Lake—you can head to Wayside Park and rent a kayak or you can head to Lakeside Park and rent a canoe or a stand-up paddleboard. Either way, drifting around amid this scenery makes a...
Save Place
Algonquin Highlands, ON K0M 1J1, Canada
Rock with Moose (Intro to EcoPsych & Nature Therapy) Algonquin Park canoe trip is a beginner-friendly wilderness safari that typically initiates with a "festive campfire & legacy guide regale" near the center of the Madawaska River's present day...
Save Place
Looking for a land of no wireless Internet, cell phone signals, or Starbucks? It still exists at Lake Sinclair in rural Québec, about one hour north and east of Ottawa. Days were spent napping by the lake and watching the dogs run free, and...