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Open Water Certification Sites

(Jasper, Alberta)

Lac Beauvert, when lit up by the sun, lives up well to its English name of ‘beautiful green’ but the lake is also a beautiful blue. Seen in the early morning calm, with Mount Edith Cavell reflected on the surface...

(Banff, Alberta)

Lake Minnewanka has a rich history. There are recorded archaeological sites showing pre-contact occupations that cover an entire 10,000 year period. Artifacts have been found from the early, middle and late pre-contact periods. The Minnewanka site is one of a...

(Near Athabasca Alberta)

Max. length 14.2 km (8.8 mi)Max. width 1.1 km (0.68 mi)Surface area 1.14 km2 (0.44 sq mi)Average depth 14.4 m (47 ft)Max. depth 38 m (125 ft)Surface elevation 698 m (2,290 ft)...

(Jasper, Alberta)

Take Pyramid Lake Rd out from the town of Jasper and in a few minutes you’ll come to Patricia Lake, the site of a bizzare top-secret military experiment during WWII. ‘Operation Habbakuk’ was charged with building a prototype aircraft carrier...

(Red Deer, Alberta)

Read about the exciting things you can do at Sylvan Lake at sylvanlaketourism.com...

(1 hour South of Edmonton, Alberta)

Many mysteries lie beneath the fridged and often murky waters that consume Twin Lakes. Among the oddities you will find are an old computer screen & keyboard, lobster traps, sink, old wooden boat, newer sunk fiberglass boat, a mannequin, and...

(Waterton, Alberta)

Waterton offers some of the best hiking trails, for almost anyone’s ability and preferences. Boating, scuba diving and board sailing are popular sports in Upper Waterton Lake. Rent boats at Cameron Lake. Waterton has an 18-hole golf course, horse riding...

(Jasper, Alberta)

Imagine diving on a hot summer day surrounded by snow capped mountains. Four km from Jasper. When approaching Jasper from the east, take a left on the bridge crossing the river just before you get to Jasper, then take the immediate...