No trip to Banff and area is complete without a visit to Moraine
Lake. This lake is only half the size of nearby neighbor Lake
Louise, but perhaps even more spectacular. Climb high up the pathway
onto the rocks for a higher perspective of Valley of Ten Peaks, or
visit the dock of colorful canoes and take a canoe out for a paddle.
Just watch out for sandwich-stealing squirrels! The road to Moraine is
closed during the winter season, but usually reopens in May, depending
on conditions (or you can ski up and likely have the place all to
yourself). This lake becomes incredibly busy during the day, so try to
visit very early or very late in the day to avoid crowds. This view
will be etched into your heart for the rest of your life, I promise!
Related Links (from Eagle Creek blog):
Challenging Hikes in Glacier National Park
Winter Sun Retreats That Will Restore Your Health and Wellbeing
the Beaten Path: How to Hunt Down Hidden Travel Gems