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We got super lucky with the weather, it was an amazing day. We had Captain Marshall and Alex as our guide. We learnt so much, and are really keen to come back towards winter for a scuba dive of the old village that the Alex...More
Stopped here one afternoon to just take it in and relax. The spot is much quieter than other areas of the park, so it’s nice to just kick up your feet and enjoy the views. The water is also a very pretty blue. It would...More
It's a very nice drive around the 'Minewanka loop', but it gets quite busy, with boat trips on the lake etc. There is a great walk around part of the lake which is much quieter once away from the crowds. When we returned the parking...More
We needed a more quiet day and found this Lake mid-morning before very many other visitors were there. It was calm, beautiful, and peaceful. There is also a lovely, easy walk around portions of the lake with great views, and picnic tables that would be...More
My husband and I took the Roam bus from Banff to Lake Minnewanka (about a 30 minute ride) and spent a couple of hours visiting this beautiful lake and area. There are some lovely walking trails, picnic tables and a snack bar. Definitely a worthwhile...More
Lake was very nice, although not a lot to see the day we visited. It was a relaxing tour that lasted <1 hour on the boat. Our tour guide was a "little boring" according to my teenage daughter and it definitely wasn't the most exciting...More
We drove to Lake Minnewanka and Two Jacks Lake. We hiked around Lake Minnewanka and it was lovely. There were people kayaking and canoeing so I think it is a peaceful lake to do this in and so beautiful.
No problems using your kayak and dogs are welcome but must be on their leads both for others’ comfort and also because it is bear country. However, It is unlikely that any bears will want to be so close to the multitudes of... More
No problems using your kayak and dogs are welcome but must be on their leads both for others’ comfort and also because it is bear country. However, It is unlikely that any bears will want to be so close to the multitudes of people that flock to Lake Minnewanka. Get there early otherwise you will be in a scrum chasing after parking places, it gets absolutely rammed especially when the weather is good.