Swim & Relax at Brohm Lake

Canada Brohm Lake

Added by Matt Ford

The locals' choice for a quiet lake that is just the right temperature to cool you off even on the hottest of summer days.

This lake is popular with the locals for a reason - it's right off the highway and has lots to offer. There are a few 40+ foot cliffs on the east side, and some smaller ones if you're not feeling that adventurous, as well as a rope swing on the west side of the lake. It only takes about 15 minutes to walk to the far end of the lake on the path and there are lots of quiet spots along the way where you can spend the afternoon all on your own.

Pack List

  • Swimsuit
  • Towel
  • Kayak or inner tube
  • Camera
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Chillin, Swimming

Skill Level:






Cliff Jumping
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Picnic Area
Swimming Hole

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7 months ago

Best Lake in the Sea to Sky

A spectacular lake with all-day sunshine and tons of locals chilling out by the water. The rope swing and cliffs add to the fun atmosphere as do the multitude of anglers and fishermen. There is a reason the parking lot is always full here is because its such an awesome lake! Bring a few tall boys, an inner tube and shades and you will never want to leave

7 months ago

Added by Matt Ford

Adventure sports and lifestyle photographer. Always up for a climb or ski. Based in the foothills of the Rockies.

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