If you google the images for the Canadian Rockies, the majority of the search results will show the turquoise Moraine lake surrounded by the slopes of the valley of the Ten Peaks.
Moraine lake is to the Rockies what the Eiffel Tower is to Paris - a true icon. Whilst I do highly encourage everyone to see it when planning a visit to this part of Canada, the sheer number of people standing on its shoreline taking the same picture might be really off-putting to some.
Overtourism in some areas of the Rockies is a real and existing problem, but the good news are, there are many other amazing spots with a very small fraction of people whom you will see at Moraine Lake. This part of my Canadian Rockies and Beyond Guide will take you to some of my favourite photography locations around here.
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