Do you want to go here? At www.livingfreerange.co we can help you with your travel plans. This is the unbelievable coloured water of Emerald Lake, British Columbia, Canada. In the heart of the Rocky Mountains, this and other lakes get their colour from glaciers. Underneath a glacier, the rock gets ground down to a powder, and this powder eventually flows into lakes where the rock flour is suspended in the water. When the sunlight reflects off this rock flour, spectacular greens and turquoise blues appear.