Lake Louise may get more press, but Moraine Lake can certainly hold its own in the natural beauty department. This glacially-fed lake is 6,183 feet above sea level in the Valley of the Ten Peaks in Canada’s Banff National Park. I sat in this spot for about 30 minutes waiting for “golden hour.” Once the sun dipped behind the highest western peaks, the colors that began to explode were unreal.
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