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Came here looking for those unique bubble formations that make this place special. It was cold and windy and snowy, but the ice was clear as glass and the bubbles were beautiful.
If you decide to come, gear up and get ready. Jackets, coats, snow...More
Abraham Lake is a man-made lake, which forms ice bubbles in winter, due to the methane produced by the decaying vegetation at the bottom of the lake. In summer, the mix is flammable.
In winter, you get amazing bubbles, including bubble stacks.
Abraham Lake is...More
Abraham lake is about 85 minutes west of Rocky Mtn House, Alberta, towards the mountains and the national parks. A bus and a van of Asian tourists came from the lodges in the parks, we stayed in Rocky.
In January, the ice is largely clear...More
We took a road trip from Red Deer to the Lake to see the ice bubbles. Easy drive (about 2.5 hours), roads great. You could see many spots from highway where bubbles are, so we just pulled over, walked down and began snapping pictures. Solid...More
We drove along the length of this lake as far as we could. Lots of stopping areas and small roads that lead down to the shore line and the shingle beaches. The sky was as blue as the glacier fed lake, the snow capped mountains...More
The is not much snow around the lake and the roads were dry and bare. However. The road from Jasper to Sask. River Crossing is often snowy, but they keep it well ploughed. No idea how the roads are farther west, #5 or the... More
The is not much snow around the lake and the roads were dry and bare. However. The road from Jasper to Sask. River Crossing is often snowy, but they keep it well ploughed. No idea how the roads are farther west, #5 or the Yellowhead. Check DriveBC website.