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The Lake Louise in Banff, Alberta, Canada |My Family Spring Adventure

Lake Louise is one of the tourist attractions being visited by many tourists from all over the world. Well, with the breathtaking views from different angles you can’t wonder why. Lake Louise has an emerald color of water comes from the rock flour being carried into the lake that certainly attracts more.

The lake is named after the Princess Louise Caroline Alberta, the fourth daughter of Queen Victoria.

In the image below, as you can see the lake is frozen. It is because we visited there in spring and just left winter time. Expectedly, and because of the terrible weather here in this area, the lake is still frozen and it would take time to disappear the snow. By now, I am pretty much excited to witness with my visible eyes the lake during summer. Hopefully we could come back in that weather here in Banff.

Lake Louise in Banff Town

Above is my first family photo for the year 2014. I am very grateful to the lady who offered her hand to take us photos. For sure without her offer I won’t be able to get the chance to have a family portrait from this stunning view.



Lake Louise in Banff


Skating in Lake Louise Alberta


And here are our children being fascinated with such huge snow ground they have ever stepped on. Our daughter who was trying to explore further by herself wasn’t able to avoid not to slip in here. Unfortunately, we won’t be able to walk from one edge to another on the lake as it was very cold and we were not dressed appropriate to the temperature because we never thought that Spring in Alberta is way different in Coquitlam where it was around 17 degrees Celsius when we left. From this experience, another lesson learned, always check the weather before heading somewhere.


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