Wabamun Lake

Wabamun Lake is one of the most heavily used lakes in , . It lies 65 kilometres west of Edmonton, Alberta. It is 19.2 kilometres long and 6.6 kilometres narrow, covers 82 square kilometres and is 11 metres deep at its deepest, with somewhat clear water.Its name derives from the Cree word for mirror.

Notable Places in the Area

Power station
is a coal fired station owned by TransAlta Corp, located 70 km west of Edmonton, Alberta, on Lake Wabamun. is situated 3 km southeast of Wabamun Lake.

Localities in the Area

is a village in the , , 67 km west of . Photo: Kurt Bauschardt, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Wabamun Lake

53.5297° or 53° 31' 47" north
-114.5872° or 114° 35' 14" west
721 metres (2365 feet)
Geo­Names ID

Also Known As

  • Arabic: بحيرة وابامون
  • Cebuano: Wabamun Lake
  • Chuvash: Уобамун
  • Dutch: Wabamun Lake
  • Egyptian Arabic: بحيره وابامون
  • Esperanto: Wabamun
  • Esperanto: Wabumun
  • French: Wabamun Lake
  • Russian: Уабамун
  • Russian: Уобамун
  • Swedish: Wabamun Lake

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