Panoramas of the World

Lake Louise (Canada)

Lake Louis in Banff National Park probably belongs to the most-visited mountain lakes in the Canadian Rockies. The Stoney Indians named it the "lake of the small fish".

The two-kilometer long lake reflects the glaciered mountain summits of the surroundings. One of them is Mount Victoria, with a height of 3459 meters. The lake is named after the daughter of the English Queen Victoria. A Grand Hotel which looks like a castle was already built on the banks of the lake in 1890 by the Canadian Pacific Railroad. After a fire, it had to be rebuilt in 1924. Next to the hotel, the trail to the Plain of Six Glaciers begins.

Date: 19th Juni 2001 - 10.15 am
Number of Photos: 15
Definition: 1024x 768
Camera: Olympus Camedia C-2000 Z
Software: Panorama Tools, PTGui, Photoshop, Pure Tools
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