Bow Lake is also one of the famous lakes in the Rocky Mountains. It is located on the shore of Crownfoot Mountain, beside Icefield Boulevard (Highway 93) from Jasper to Banff. There is also a convenient parking place just beside the highway, which is very convenient. The water of the lake comes from the Bow Lake Glacier and flows all the way down into the Nelson River, which is considered the source of the Nelson River. Bow Lake is a glacial lake. Melted ice from the Rocky Mountain Crow's Claw Glacier, Bow River Glacier, and Wapda Glacier will all be injected into this lake and evacuated from it, forming the source of the Bow River. At the beginning of October, I passed by Jasper Road Banff by car. I stopped and watched and took a rest. Standing by the lake, the blue lake and the snow-capped mountains in the distance felt refreshed.
In the Banff National Park of the Canadian Rockies, there is a river that is often seen and passed by called the Bow River, which originated in Bow Lake. The water source of Bow Lake comes from the snow peaks of the Rocky Mountains, so the water in Bow Lake is crystal clear. The blue lake and the surrounding glaciers and snow-capped mountains complement each other, forming a unique landscape painting of lakes and mountains.
Bow Lake is on the side of the road. The road from Banff to Jasper is on the opposite side. If Jasper comes to Banff, he will park on the side of the road. There is a special parking platform. The lake is very blue. It is worth taking pictures and taking a rest. Bow Lake and Peto Lake are both places worth getting off and stopping
Bow Lake is the first lake to enter Banff National Park. The water surface is wide, the color of the water is blue with green and green with blue. The distant peaks set off the first surprise for visitors who have just entered Banff Park. Bow Lake is on the side of the road, you can watch and take photos up close. The weather in Banff Park is fickle. After a while, it rains and the sky clears and meets a rainbow.
Bow Lake is located south of Bow Peak in western Alberta, Canada. It is a glacial lake in Banff National Park. Bow Lake is 1920 meters above sea level, the lake area is 3.21 square kilometers, and the deepest part of the lake can reach 50 meters. The surrounding snow peaks are reflected in the lake, and the emerald green and clear lake water and the snow-capped mountains form a different and harmonious beauty, attracting a large number of tourists to come here to watch.