Dreaming of the Most Beautiful Lakes in the World!

Oh the places we’ll go when we’re freed from our homes!  As for me,  I’m dreaming of the most beautiful lakes in the world – and they’re found in the Canadian Rockies!  Don’t believe me?  Let me show you!

We’ll start in Banff with Vermillion Lakes where you’ll see the mountains reflected in its quiet waters.

We’ll head north where you’ll fall in love with Lake Louise,  perhaps the most famous of them all!

Right next door is Moraine Lake which might become your new favorite.

But don’t make the decision hastily as the next two beauties will take your breath away!

Bow Lake

Peyto Lake

Leaving the crowds behind we’ll head to Jasper National Park and soak up the solitude at Medicine Lake

and Maligne Lake.

See what I mean?  I can hardly wait to return to the most beautiful lakes in the world!

Oh the places we’ll go when we’re freed from our homes!

~ Susanne

26 Comments on “Dreaming of the Most Beautiful Lakes in the World!

    • Yes indeed! Such a lovely area! There really are so many beautiful lakes in the world – I wish I had time to see them all!

      What I noticed when reviewing my pictures for this post was how many of these Canadian lakes show up on the ‘world’s best’ lists. In particular Lake Louise, Moraine, Peyto, and Maligne are often included -(though my pictures of Maligne don’t do it justice ) and having so many beautiful lakes in a mountain setting make it a special place to visit.

  1. We have been to a number of those lakes and they truly are beautiful, nestled in their mountain valleys.

    • Thanks for your comment. To me, they really are some of the most beautiful lakes in the world, especially with the striking turquoise colors and surrounding mountains.

      • Maybe this fall we can do a return trip. We’ve been there several times before but reviewing my photos from the last trip whet my appetite for another!

  2. Oh my word, you could get rich selling 1,000-piece jigsaw puzzles from these photos! Amazing how beautiful the lakes are!

  3. One of my favorite memories was diving into both Glacier Lake and Lake Superior one summer trip mostly just to accept a dare. I will admit each was unbelievably cold! Much better to look at pictures of lakes.

  4. Hello.

    I agree with you – fantastic beautiful! In my country we have 187 888 lakes, but I have not seen them all! 🙂

    Have a wonderful day!

  5. OMG, such beautiful pictures! I would so love to go there, maybe one day…it has been on the bucket list for a while.

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