Beautiful Peyto Lake In Banff National Park

Peyto LakeThis vibrant blue glacier-fed lake, located about 40 km (25 mi) north of Lake Louise in Banff National Park, is a popular stop for visitors travelling along the famed Icefields Parkway. Throughout the summer months, glacier rock flour flows into the lake, which gives the water its breathtaking color.
It is a breathtaking sight to see, and there are several other blue lakes around Banff National Park, such as Moraine Lake, Lake Louise, Emerald Lake, Sherbrooke Lake, Bow Lake, and Hector Lake, all accessible to most visitors.Peyto LakeYou can hike up to Bow Summit, the highest point in the Canadian Rockies and also around the lake marveling at the color.



Peyto Lake Fishing: You can fish in the lake from June 29 to October 31.
The lake is fed by Peyto Creek, which drains water from Caldron Lake and Peyto Glacier (part of the Wapta Icefield). Peyto Lake is the origin of the Mistaya River, which heads northwest from the lake’s outflow.
The lake is also beautiful in the winter:
Peyto Lake in winter

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