My Boots n Me is your inspirational source for hundreds of day and weekend trips around Vancouver and British Columbia, Canada. For families and photographers British Columbia has something to offer everyone. Stop awhile and savor what Mother Nature has in store for you.
You will never be disappointed.

~~Karen Cooper~~

BC, Rain and Waterfalls

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Alouette Lake, British Columiba

Alouette Lake is located within
Golden Ears Provincial Park in
British Columbia, Canada.
Alouette Lake is a man made lake,
the water in it is fed
to Stave Lake via a tunnel, and
powers the Alouette Powerhouse.
She's a beautiful lake, 17 kms
long and has some great fishing.
There are remote wilderness campsites
along her shores, and an eye popping backdrop of
Edge Peak , Blanshard Peak,
and Golden Ears,
which are all part of the
Garibaldi Ranges.
No wonder so many movies are filmed
up here. Its a wilderness worthy
of poetry.
I am working my
way through visiting all of these
beautiful lakes, each has its own
character and charm, its own spirit
and place in the world.
Like man, they are all in some way
interconnected and depend on
each other, even if they don't know it.
Mother Nature teaches us so much
about ourselves, we just have to watch her
and listen to her.
Welcome to your life!


Stephanie V said...

I practiced my swimming skills in Alouette lake as a kid when it was first created. It was icy cold but so very beautiful. And there was the added advantage of a wide sandy beach - something unknown on the local rivers. Thanks for the reminder.