Holidays to Moraine Lake, Canada

Moraine Lake is a glacier-fed lake of the most dazzling hue of electric blue. It’s in Banff National Park, set in the Valley of the Ten Peaks, just outside the village of Lake Louise.

This is hiking country, so pack your sturdiest boots and comfiest socks if you’re up for one of the more challenging trails, perhaps up into the larch forest high above the lake. However, the less energised shouldn’t be put off – there’s also an easy 20-minute lakeside stroll where you can take in the view to Mount Fay and the Fay Glacier. Heading to the top of the Rockpile is where many get a perfect photo of Moraine Lake (it’s going to be a framer, trust us).

Hire a canoe or kayak and head out on those mesmerising and tranquil waters. The colour is most striking at the end of spring, when it’s a vivid blue. But you might catch Lake Moraine wearing an emerald or turquoise shade, depending what time of year you visit. 

 

Highlights

  • Challenge yourself to a testing hike into the larch forests for a birdseye view of Lake Moraine

  • Enjoy a gentle paddle to the middle of the lake and dabble your fingers in that cool glacier water

Moraine Lake trip ideas

Here are some trip ideas that include Moraine Lake. All of our trip ideas shown below are examples, and we’ll amend, adapt or start from scratch, until we’ve created the perfect trip for you. See one you like, or have a trip in mind? Call us now to book: 01483 319 333

Map of Moraine Lake