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Analysis Reveals Most Scenic Lakes in Canada and Around the World

Analysis Reveals Most Scenic Lakes in Canada and Around the World

An analysis by entertainment site OntarioCasinos has unveiled the most picturesque lakes in Canada and worldwide, based on Instagram and TikTok hashtag data. With Canada boasting nearly 900,000 lakes, this study delves into which ones are the most captivating.

In Canada, Lake Louise in Alberta emerges as the most photographed lake, with a staggering 387.2 million hashtags on Instagram and TikTok combined. Known for its stunning turquoise waters, which freeze over in winter, Lake Louise has around 1.2 million tagged posts on Instagram and 386 million TikTok hashtag views, making it the most popular Canadian lake on social media.

Following closely is Lake Superior, shared by Ontario and the USA, with a combined total of 185.2 million hashtags. This largest freshwater lake in the world showcases nearly 1.2 million tagged Instagram posts and 184 million TikTok hashtag views, showcasing its beauty, especially during winter when the snow blankets its shores.

Moraine Lake in Alberta takes the third spot, with a combined total of 120.4 million hashtags on Instagram and TikTok. Situated near Lake Louise in Banff National Park, Moraine Lake is another glacially-fed marvel.

Interestingly, Ontario claims four spots in the top 10 most photographed lakes in Canada, including Lake Superior, Lake Ontario, Lake Huron, and Lake Muskoka.

On a global scale, Lake Como in Italy reigns supreme as the most scenic lake, with a whopping 1.2 billion tagged posts on social media. The Dead Sea in Western Asia and Lake Powell in the United States follow closely, emphasizing the universal allure of picturesque lakes.

The study’s findings shed light on the enduring fascination with these natural wonders, showcasing their beauty through the lens of social media.