Great Slave Lake, YellowknifeCurrently Open
- Address: Northwest Territories X0E, Canada, Yellowknife
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Tourist Center, Leisure, Family And Kids, Lake
About Great Slave Lake, Yellowknife
At 2000 odd feet 480 kilometers wide, the Great Slave Lake is a grand lake that is also the biggest in the Northwestern territories. The Deh Cho Bridge on the lake is the longest jointless bridge in the continent. Extremely popular of ice fishing in winters and leisure fishing in summers, the lake sees a steady flow of awestruck visitors every year. Great Slave Lake has one ice road known as the Dettah ice road which is also a big tourist puller.
How To reach Great Slave Lake by Public Transport
- Travel by Taxi to reach this destination.
Restaurants Near Great Slave Lake
- Back Eddy Cocktail Lounge & Restaurant
- Growing Together
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Things to Know Before Visiting Great Slave Lake
19.54% of people who visit Yellowknife include Great Slave Lake in their plan
46.91% of people start their Great Slave Lake visit around 2 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Great Slave Lake
Great Slave Lake, Yellowknife Reviews
Great lake for many species of fish, the East Arm is a bucket list location with world class trout fishing and scenery. Work towards the north arm for trophy northern Pike.
The best fishing I've ever seen. The guys at Bluefish Services out of Yellowknife are awesome.
Probably my favourite lake. It's big and has some of my favourite fish in it. Definately visit the East Arm if given the opportunity. North Arm's white beach as well. 👌
Great slave is second largest fresh lake, after Great Bear Lake, in Canada (Northwest Territories). This lake has a depth of 614 meters, approximately equals to 2015 feet and is deepest lake in North America and one of the top ten deepest lakes of the world. This lake is named after on the name of Slavey North American Indian. This lake has small fishing industry for trout and whitefish and has many small islands in it.
a very big lake, very special and good to photograph