Fall in Lake Louise: A Kaledioscope of Colours

Fall in Lake Louise

Deep Torquoise blue, dark alpine green, wild flower sunshine yellow…. name the color you want and you will see it in the Canadian Rockies. Summers are cool, colorful and the natural colors make the place seem magical. It is not always the same. In winter, temperatures drop below zero degree Celsius in Banff National Park. Sheets of white, with a sparkle of silver abound the landscape.

Fall Season is very much underrated in the Canadian Rockies, to say the least.

Between Summer and Winter, is the Fall season and is probably one of the best times to catch Lake Louise at her absolute best. The iconic, ice blue color of one of the most well-known iconic lakes in the world makes for a breath taking spectacle. Fall Season is very much underrated in the Canadian Rockies, to say the least. Nature is at her best again, between September and late October. The days are warm enough and there is just enough sunshine to make you take a hike through the woods.

Marvel at the remarkable beauty of the Fall in Lake Louise. This is a photographic collection of the Kaleidoscope of colors at Lake Louise, captured by residents and visitors to the Lake in fall.

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The iconic, ice blue color of one of the most well-known iconic lakes in the world makes for a breath taking spectacle.

The secret to being a full time wanderer is to also be a full time latergrammer. #honestcaptions

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. I heard that @Instagram has a thing for canoes. So here's my first canoe photo ever. Canoe believe it? .

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A cabin by the lake? Instagrammer bait.

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I hereby offer this photo to the powers that be at @instagram in hopes of maximum engagement.

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I wander. I explore. I throw rocks at lakes.

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On fire. No, not the Californian kind. 🔥

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Dance of the lights – The Aurora Borealis

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