Emerson Lakes Statistics


What are the activities at Emerson Lakes ?

Hiking


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Why choose a trail at Emerson Lakes?

The Emerson Lakes are a series of three lakes located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Alberta, Canada. The lakes are named after Ralph Waldo Emerson, an American essayist, lecturer, and poet. The lakes are a popular spot for fishing, camping, and hiking. The lakes are also home to a variety of wildlife, including deer, elk, bears, and coyotes.



What are the services on site?

No information available


Rate & open hour

Access fee $ 0.00
Schedule

From sunrise to sunset

Coordinates
53.7268158 -117.1152073

What are the coordinates and address of Emerson Lakes?

Emerson Lakes
Emerson Lakes, Alberta T0E 1X0, Canada

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Starting Point

The Emerson Lakes are located in the Kananaskis Country of Alberta. To get to the start of the trails, take the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1) to the exit for Kananaskis Country. Follow the signs to the Nakiska Ski Area. The trailhead is located at the bottom of the ski area.

Why visit Emerson Lakes

The Emerson Lakes are a beautiful set of lakes located in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta. The lakes are surrounded by pristine forests and offer amazing views of the surrounding mountains. The lakes are a popular spot for fishing, camping, hiking, and boating. The area is also home to a variety of wildlife, including deer, elk, and bears.

Is Emerson Lakes in Alberta a good place for the whole family?

There is no definitive answer to this question as Emerson Lakes is a private residential community and therefore the rules and regulations that govern behavior and activities within the community may not be suitable for all families. That said, Emerson Lakes does offer a variety of amenities including a swimming pool, tennis courts, and playground which could make it an appealing place for a family vacation.

Things not to be missed

The best activities near Emerson Lakes in Alberta are hiking, fishing, and camping.

1. Hiking - The trails around Emerson Lakes are perfect for a peaceful hike.

2. Fishing - Emerson Lakes is a great spot for fishing, with plenty of trout and bass to be caught.

3. Boating - Rent a boat and explore the lakes by water.

4. Camping - Emerson Lakes is a great spot for camping, with plenty of space to set up camp.

5. Wildlife Viewing - The area around Emerson Lakes is home to a variety of wildlife, so be sure to keep your eyes peeled while hiking or fishing.

Where to eat?

1. The Blue Chair - A hidden cafe in a residential area near Emerson Lakes. They serve breakfast and lunch and have a wide variety of sandwiches, salads, and soups.

2. The Local Omnivore - A small restaurant near Emerson Lakes that specializes in local, organic, and sustainable food. They have a rotating menu of dishes made with fresh, seasonal ingredients.

3. The Wildflower Cafe - A cafe in the heart of the Rocky Mountains that serves healthy, organic food. They have a wide variety of sandwiches, salads, and soups, as well as a selection of desserts.

4. The Bison Restaurant - A restaurant near Emerson Lakes that specializes in bison meat. They have a wide variety of dishes made with bison meat, as well as a few vegetarian options.

5. The Elk Horn Lodge - A lodge near Emerson Lakes that serves traditional Canadian cuisine. They have a wide variety of dishes made with elk meat, bison meat, and fish.




Let’s Answer Your Questions - FAQ

Is the place are families friendly?

No

Is there an information center / service center / reception?

No


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