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Kananaskis River, Kananaskis Country, Peter Laugheed Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada.
Nikor 24-70mm Lens
The Kananaskis originates in the Canadian Rockies, east of the continental divide, in Peter Lougheed Provincial Park. It flows southeast to the Upper Kananaskis Lake, then turns north into the Lower Kananaskis Lake. From here it has a northbound course on the border of Spray Valley Provincial Park and Elbow-Sheep Wildland Provincial Park, where the Kananaskis Trail follows its itinerary. The lower course flows through Bow Valley Provincial Park, where Barrier Lake is formed along the river. Barrier Lake is an artificial lake used for hydroelectric power generation. Kananaskis merges into the Bow River at Seebe, 30 km east of Canmore.
Kananaskis River has a total length of 74 kilometers (46 mi).