Maligne Lake in mid-June. The famous red boat house built by Curly Phillips in 1928. There are no fish native to Maligne so he had the lake stocked with Brook Trout. Stocking the lake continued (including Rainbow Trout) unil the 1970s. Since then, the fish population has been self-sustaining and this cold, deep Rocky Mountain Lake is a popular place for fishing.
Samson's Peak is just above the boathouse to the right. Mount Unwin, where the Mary Schaffer, the first white explorer saw Maligne Lake in 1908 is on right of the photo.
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