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Lake Minnewanka

Location: Banff National Park, North of Banff Townsite, AB, Canada, UTM: 11U 604688 E / 5678405 N

Vital Statistics: Elevation: 1500 Metres (4,920 Feet) , Depth: 142 Metres (466 Feet)

Formation Mechanism: Not Input

Topographic Map: 82o04 Banff

Description: The largest lake in Banff National Park, Lake Minnewanka was originally a series of lakes joined by a narrows. Hydro projects have raised the level an additional 20 m. (65 ft) to its present level. Estimates place its depth at approximately 142 m (466 ft).

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