Fall is quickly approaching, and because the season in Alberta passes in the blink of an eye, it’s time to start planning trips to see the golden trees. Fortunately, Alberta has many beautiful glassy lakes surrounded by fall foliage that are ideal for a road trip. Because time is of the essence here, these are the lakes to visit for the best fall views.
Chester Lake, Alberta
Chester Lake has some of the most breathtaking fall foliage views in the area. Golden trees and stunning mountains can be seen as you gaze out over the glassy lake.
This man-made lake is breathtaking. You’ll be able to admire the beautiful blue water as well as thousands of orange and golden trees.
Maligne Lake is best lake in fall in Alberta
As the largest natural lake in the Canadian Rockies, there’s no shortage of breathtaking scenery to enjoy. You can even rent a canoe and take to the water for a different perspective.
This glacial lake has some of the most breathtaking views, which are only enhanced when the fall foliage begins to surround it.
Agnes Lake, Alberta
Lake Agnes not only has beautiful golden trees, but you can also warm up with a hot tea at the iconic teahouse.
Arnica Lake, Alberta
While the hike to Arnica Lake is not without its challenges, the views over a valley of golden larches are breathtaking before you even reach the sparkling lake.