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3 Lakes in Jasper National Park Perfect for Summer Swimming

Summer days are meant for swimming in the mountains.

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When you think of Jasper National Park, swimming may not be the first thing that comes to mind, but you may want to think again. There’s no better rush on a summer day than swimming in fresh mountain waters, especially after a day of hiking in the park. Take a dip then hang on the shore and have yourself a nice picnic. That’s what summer is all about, right? Check out these adventures and make your plans to get to Jasper this summer!

1. Lake Edith

Photo: Tourism Jasper

2. Patricia Lake

Photo: Rachel Kristensen

3. Lake Annette

Photo: Tourism Jasper

Learn more about these adventures and more at Tourism Jasper.

Cover photo: Tourism Jasper

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