Category Archives: Kayaking

Kayaking Pyramid Lake- Jasper National Park

Pyramid Lake in Jasper National Park attracts a lot of visitors who come to admire its scenic island and mountain views. While relaxing on the beach or walking the short nature trail on Pyramid Island are enjoyable things to do, kayaking Pyramid Lake offers a different perspective of the lake’s famous sights. From the water...

Kayaking Lac Beauvert- Jasper National Park

Lac Beauvert, or Beauvert Lake, is a popular lake in Jasper National Park for kayaking, canoeing, and stand up paddleboarding. Just a short distance from the town of Jasper, Lac Beauvert is easily accessible and has a boathouse with rentals available from the Jasper Park Lodge. While kayaking Lac Beauvert you’ll get to enjoy views...

Kayaking Two Jack Lake- Banff National Park

Kayaking Two Jack Lake in Banff National Park is an active, yet relaxing way to enjoy views of two of Banff’s most prominent peaks- Cascade Mountain and Mount Rundle. As you glide across the clear, blue-green water of Two Jack Lake you’ll be surrounded by a forested shoreline, impressive rocky mountains, and a lakeshore campground...

Kayaking Astotin Lake- Elk Island National Park

Kayaking at Elk Island National Park is a popular summertime activity and relaxing way to enjoy the Astotin Lake Recreation Area. Whether you bring your own canoe or kayak, or rent one in the park, you’re sure to have an enjoyable time paddling around the treed islands and scenic shores of Astotin Lake. Elk Island...

Kayaking Islet Lake- Cooking Lake-Blackfoot Provincial Recreation Area

Kayaking on Islet Lake is one the best ways to enjoy the scenery and wildlife in Cooking Lake-Blackfoot Provincial Recreation Area. Several islands, flat water, and opportunities for bird watching make Islet Lake a popular kayaking and canoeing spot close to Edmonton. Kayaking on Islet Lake Islet Lake is the only lake in Cooking Lake-Blackfoot...


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