Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada by Yves Gagnon
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The creek is from Chester Lake that is currently frozen. The hiking trail is popular by hikers in the summer and falls - this area can be closed due to grizzlies roaming around in this part of Kananaskis. In the winter, you can find two trails, one for snowshoeing and another for cross-country skies. Get there early during the weekend because the parking lot fills up quickly. Enjoy the outdoors because it is beautiful. The Canadian Rockies are majestic and fragile. If you are looking for a workshop while visiting the Canadian Rockies, check out my workshops at www.photographycoursescalgary.com or email me at ygagnon@shaw.ca
The creek is from Chester Lake that is currently frozen. The hiking trail is popular by hikers in the summer and falls - this area can be closed due to grizzlies roaming around in this part of Kananaskis. In the winter, you can find two trails, one for snowshoeing and another for cross-country skies. Get there early during the weekend because the parking lot fills up quickly. Enjoy the outdoors because it is beautiful. The Canadian Rockies are majestic and fragile. If you are looking for a workshop while visiting the Canadian Rockies, check out my workshops at www.photographycoursescalgary.com or email me at ygagnon@shaw.ca
The creek is from Chester Lake that is currently frozen. The hiking trail is popular by hikers in the summer and falls - this area can be closed due to grizzlies roaming around in this part of Kananaskis. In the winter, you can find two trails, one for snowshoeing and another for cross-country skies. Get there early during the weekend because the parking lot fills up quickly. Enjoy the outdoors because it is beautiful. The Canadian Rockies are majestic and fragile. If you are looking for a workshop while visiting the Canadian Rockies, check out my workshops at www.photographycoursescalgary.com or email me at ygagnon@shaw.ca
Rawson Lake and Upper Kananaskis Lake Trail is an 8.7km hike to Rawson Lake, and during the summertime, it is heavily trafficked. Even though it is a heavily trafficked trail, it is not rare to see grizzly bears. It is essential to be diligent, make noise and be prepared. In the wintertime, amazing views, lots of snow, and it is usually snowing. The image was captured in November 2021, and there is already an abundance of snow going up to the lake.
Highwind, splashes and fast moving clouds. Upper Kananaskis Lake, Alberta, Canada
The larch trees have turned yellow meaning winter is soon approaching. A view of larch trees, Spray Lake Reservoir and Shark Mountain.
A snowstorm started the morning, but for a very short time, the sun started to glow the sky and the mountains. The image was taken from the edge of the lake. The Upper Kananaskis Lake is located in the provincial park of Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada. Upper Kananaskis Lake Trail, Peter Lougheed Provincial Park.
A cold morning in the Caadian Rockies. The larch trees have turned colors meaning winter is coming soon. The bears will hibernate soon and climbing mountains will be on hold until the next summer.
Foggy and smoky mountain caps during sunrise in the Canadian Rockies, Alberta, Canada
A layer of colors before the sunrise. The image was taken during a summer sunrise rise.
Wildflowers in the foreground with layers of mountain caps with fog and smoke.
Long exposure of Spray Lakes and Shark Mountain during a very windy morning.
Reflection of Mount Kidd in marsh during sunrise. Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada
Sun peaking through the smoke from the near-by forest fires.
The Canadian Prairie Meets the Canadian Rockies. A long exposure of a Sunrise. The sun is kissing the edge of the heart and the clouds are moving fast showing how dynamic the movement of the earth is.
A young whitetail deer was wandering around on a mountain during sunrise. The sun was starting to peek and glowing the Canadian Rockies. The image was captured in the Canadian Rockies, most specifically in Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada.
Late evening sunset. The sun setting behind the Canadian Rockies.
The sun was glowing in the Canadian Rockies and the sky turned various colors.
A long exposure during the sunrise on the Upper Kananaskis Lake located in Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada.
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