PUBLISHED: 04 October 2022

Lake Minnewanka: Alberta’s underwater ghost town has deep history

Global News

Lake Minnewanka, Alta., is a sacred place, visited for centuries by Indigenous communities. The glacier-fed water of the lake nestled among the Rocky Mountains was said to heal physical and mental ailments. Today, the natural wonder is a tourist hot spot with a rich history that lies beneath. In the 1890s, Minnewanka Landing was a bustling, lakeside resort town. It’s a place that can now only be visited by venturing into the frigid waters. Click here to continue reading