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Moraine Lake, Banff National Park - Alberta
09Jul2017 - Moraine Lake Rock Pile Climb
Date: Sun Jul 9 13:38:36 MDT 2017, [ 17 photos ]
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Moraine Lake is a glacially-fed lake in Banff National Park just 1.5hours from home. Moraine Lake is one of our favorite spots to visit. With its vivid turquoise color that changes shade and intensity through summer, it is surrounded by mountains, rock piles, and waterfalls creating a scene so stunning beyond compare.

Today, we thought of venturing of climbing the Rock Piles, not from the front (cause that is way too hard) but taking the leisurely route from the back!

 Location(s): Moraine Lake - Banff National Park, Alberta
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 Location: Moraine Lake - Banff National Park, Alberta
 Date Taken: Sun Jul 09 2017
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Moraine Lake is a glacially-fed lake in Banff National Park just 1.5hours from home. Moraine Lake is one of our favorite spots to visit. With its vivid turquoise color that changes shade and intensity through summer, it is surrounded by mountains, rock piles, and waterfalls creating a scene so stunning beyond compare.

Today, we thought of venturing of climbing the Rock Piles, not from the front (cause that is way too hard) but taking the leisurely route from the back!

 Location: Moraine Lake - Banff National Park, Alberta
 Date Taken: Sun Jul 09 2017
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Moraine Lake is a glacially-fed lake in Banff National Park just 1.5hours from home. Moraine Lake is one of our favorite spots to visit. With its vivid turquoise color that changes shade and intensity through summer, it is surrounded by mountains, rock piles, and waterfalls creating a scene so stunning beyond compare.

Today, we thought of venturing of climbing the Rock Piles, not from the front (cause that is way too hard) but taking the leisurely route from the back!

 Location: Moraine Lake - Banff National Park, Alberta
 Date Taken: Sun Jul 09 2017
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 Location: Moraine Lake - Banff National Park, Alberta
 Date Taken: Sun Jul 09 2017
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Moraine Lake is a glacially-fed lake in Banff National Park just 1.5hours from home. Moraine Lake is one of our favorite spots to visit. With its vivid turquoise color that changes shade and intensity through summer, it is surrounded by mountains, rock piles, and waterfalls creating a scene so stunning beyond compare.

Today, we thought of venturing of climbing the Rock Piles, not from the front (cause that is way too hard) but taking the leisurely route from the back!

 Location: Moraine Lake - Banff National Park, Alberta
 Date Taken: Sun Jul 09 2017
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