Today, I saw all kinds of lakes in Banff National Park, all glacial lakes, so the color is very beautiful. We went to Lake Beto in the afternoon. It was quite pure blue. It was like a color barrel. The color distribution was very uniform. The Lake needs to be overlooked from a high altitude and can not be seen close. Its beauty is that the blue of the lake is rich and restrained. The road from the parking lot to the Lake Beto viewing terrace is covered with ice and needs rolling and climbing to reach it. The scenery is always in the most dangerous place.
Leaving the last Lake in front of Rocky Mountain, the United States went to blast. Even after two days of snow, the skiing path was thick, and when it arrived at the scenic spot, it was too powerful. I hope the second half of the journey will continue smoothly. Beautiful peyto lake...
It's beautiful. There's a short hiking route to the lakeside viewing platform, but it's not too long to go down to the lakeside, but it's good to take pictures on the viewing platform. After watching the lake, there is a long hike to the right, but there is no landscape, and it is not long.
It feels like the last Peyto lake is the most beautiful, but it's already dusk, but it's worth climbing the snow mountain to see the beautiful wheels. Along the way, squirrels, cattle and sheep, animals that can't be named, and the last one who doesn't look up just to eat.
It is said that the best time for Peyto Lake to visit is from 1:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m., so, holding the time point, it arrived just 13:45 on time. Sure enough, compared with the first time when peyto lake was shocked to the delicacy, this time, it was completely upset by the direct beauty.. Still the silent, alone beautiful lake, cliffs and dense forests still tightly protect her from intrusion. The burning goose, the more brilliant color, the fuller maple-leaf cat's claws, the more moist Lake water, can only marvel at the beauty effect of nature, which is incomparable. Farewell to peyto lake, leaving the summit of the bow peak, but still amazed - "layers of snow mountains, looking for Chipmunks passing by, black bears passing by the roadside." The charm of the Rocky Mountains is always endless.
There are two ways to go up the mountain to see the lake. It's about the same distance. The main road should be able to drive without snow, which is relatively flat; the small roads are difficult to climb, steep and slippery, especially after snow, it is recommended that the elderly do not walk. Mountaineering canes are useful here.
From the parking lot down to the viewing platform, we have to walk along a rolling mountain road, along which we can see many kinds of plants. At the end, we finally see Lake Peto, which looks like a cat's paw. The water of the lake is covered with Tiffany Blue in the sunshine. It's really the most beautiful.