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"Between the gorgeous landscapes, the wildlife, the photography lessons, and the overall fun energy of the group, the trip to the Canadian Rockies far exceeded my expectations and created memories that will last a lifetime."
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O Canada, the glorious land of maple syrup, epic vast spaces and jaw-dropping moments that will rock your world! Home to five national parks and cute alpine towns, Canadian Rockies are just overflowing with dramatic mountain peaks, hanging glaciers, ethereally turquoise lakes, towering waterfalls, deep canyons, lush forests and wildlife.
So round up your gear and get ready to have your socks knocked off from all the spine-tingling beauty nature has in store for you. Simply put, great shots guaranteed.
In the evening, we will hit the road to Herbert Lake. Surrounded by deep woods, the waters of this tiny slice of paradise reflect the snowy peaks of the Rockies, waiting for the admiration of our lenses...
Our sunrise location will take us to Vermilion Lakes on the outskirts of Banff, offering the famous view of Mt. Rundle in the back. Reflecting in the lakes, the mountain range is a great reward for all early risers. If lucky, we might be in for some alpenglow that turns the landscape into even more amazing colors.
Sitting silently with the Bow River in the foreground, Castle Mountain will be our sunset treat. This castle-like mountain dominates the views and is one of the most imposing peaks of the Bow Valley.
Our morning agenda will take us to the pristine Bow Lake, one of the smaller lakes in Banff National Park. Boasting spectacularly colored water and a ring of peaks towering above, this site a top-notch mountain scenery.
The next spot will be about the unbelievably blue Peyto Lake. Getting its blue from large amounts of glacial rock flour, it changes color depending on the time of year and day. Another sunset spent photo shooting is another sunset well spent!
Getting up early, we’ll be headed to the famous Moraine Lake. Being one of the most iconic lakes in the Canadian Rockies, its beauty is simply out of this world and is a must-see on our list. Here, we’ll be shooting different compositions from the rock pile above the lake or the lake shore. Pure and turquoise waters, this one’s a real candy.
We’ll also go to capture the Natural Bridge with the Kicking Horse River sculpting its way through it.
Evening will see us chasing sunset at the Emerald Lake with the iconic lodge perched on its edge. This site is a great proof that Rocky Mountain Lakes are all different in color - from green to bright blue or even brownish. Vivid turquoise is the color of Emerald Lake, just you wait.
The greater part of the day will be revolving around the mysteriously deep Mistaya Canyon and the duo of Sunwapta Falls, both locations along the way of the iconic Icefields Parkway.