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Waterfowl Lakes

Location: Banff National Park, Icefields Parkway, north of Bow Summit, AB, Canada, UTM: 11U 525151 E / 5744450 N

Vital Statistics: Elevation: 1660 Metres (5,445 Feet)  

Formation Mechanism: Not Input

Topographic Map: 82n15 Mistaya Lake

Description: Waterfowl Lakes reflect the pyramid-shaped face of Mount Chephren. There are two lakes that together are known as the Waterfowl Lakes. They were formed when glacial debris formed a natural dam restricting the flow of the Mistaya River.

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