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Lake Minnewanka

Archaeologically, Lake Minnewanka is truly the Water of the Spirits. People have camped along its rocky shores for more than 100 centuries, leaving faint traces of their passing.

Archaeologically, Lake Minnewanka is truly the Water of the Spirits. People have camped along its rocky shores for more than 100 centuries, leaving faint traces of their passing.

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Photo by Peter St. John and Dennis Pankiw.

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