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All reviews num ti jah lodge icefields parkway red roof worth a stop nice stop easy stop picnic area blue color off the highway stretch your legs short stop gift shop favorite stops surrounding mountains the ice fields parkway parking area parking lot
Wow just when you think this place cant get any more stunning you find this lake. From the colour of the water to the stunning mountain backdrop its just a beautiful place to visit. Don't forget your camera its a photographers dream.
Bow Lake, right along Rte 1, is a very pretty and easy viewpoint, and we also drove down to the picnic/beach area. The lake has beautiful hues of blue and green water, as well as magical mountain reflections in the water (at least in the...More
Bow Lake is easy access off the Ice Fields Parkway main road. An easy walk down to the lake edge from the carpark. A wonderful view looking up the lake to mountains, a large glacier and waterfall.
Keep an eye out for wildlife saw and...More
This is a beautiful lake to stop at and take a walk around while driving the Ice Field Parkway. There is a lovely historic lodge at this location along with an interesting trading post/gift shop. There are public bathrooms to use along with plenty of...More
The blue color of the lakes in this region is gorgeous and is caused by glacier melting, carrying some sediment that reflects blue-green light. The parking lot has potholes and tends to fill so many cars parked along the access road. A waterfalls is seen...More
Visited Bow Lake in August 2019 during a family vacation. This is one of the few places where we found peace and quiet during our stay in the Banff area. Bow Lake is located about 95 km from the town of Banff so its definitely...More
Directly on Icefields Parkway there is a stop with small parking area overlooking Bow Lake. Shortly thereafter on left hand coming from Banff is a road to Simpson’s Num-Ti-Jah Lodge with Bow Lake Car lot on it. There are... More
Directly on Icefields Parkway there is a stop with small parking area overlooking Bow Lake. Shortly thereafter on left hand coming from Banff is a road to Simpson’s Num-Ti-Jah Lodge with Bow Lake Car lot on it. There are toilets and benches. People also park on both sides of the road. You cal walk from parking lot directly to the lake or walk to lodge area where there is also a viewing platform on the lake.
Though parking areas could be busy early people do not stay long and move on. Waiting time should be short.