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Located at Maligne Lake, Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada
Canon 7D with 15-85mm lens, f/6.3, 1/800sec, ISO-200, 26mm focal length, aperture priority
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Built in 1928 by Maligne Lake pioneer, Donald “Curly” Phillips the Boathouse is the last remaining building of Curly’s backcountry camp at Maligne Lake and one of few remaining structures of similar vintage in Alberta. Phillips, a guide and outfitter did much to contribute to the growing use of Rocky Mountains as a recreation area in the early years.
The charming red-roofed building is a registered historical site.