“A popular area for viewing sunrise, sunset and wildlife”
The Vermilion Lakes are a series of lakes located immediately west of Banff, Alberta, in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. The three lakes are formed in the Bow River valley, in the Banff National Park, at the foot of Mount Norquay.
Very scenic. There are little docks along a few of the lakes that you can sit out on. You can drive, bike or walk down a road with all the lakes and at the end is a trail that will take you to a more untouched lake. This lake is off the beaten path but easy enough for a first timer to find.
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