Waterton Parks & Trails

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Cameron Lake is a well maintained sub alpine lake situated at an elevation of 1646 meters (5400 ft). The lake is located at the end of the 16 kilometre Akamina Parkway. The parkway itself is a sightseeing adventure.
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Rowe Lake Trail is a day hike leading to alpine lakes and it is the start of a long haul backpacking adventure located in the Waterton Lakes National Park which is in the southwest corner of the province of Alberta, Canada.
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The Akamina Lake Trail measures about 1 kilometre (return) and enjoys little, if any, elevation gain. The route begins from Cameron Lake. It is a suitable walking route for all ages and abilities, however, it is not wheelchair friendly.
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The trail follows Lineman Creek most of the way through a forest environment. As the elevation increases the forest thins out and the trail breaks out onto a mountain slope with views of the falls.
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The trail measures 2 kilometres long (there and back) and is considered an easy going route with very little elevation gain. And, because of the easy access and the well maintained trail, the Blakiston Falls Trail draws crowds and is enjoyed by all ages and fitness levels.
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The falls require no hiking and are easily accessible. Cameron Falls is one of the most visited natural attractions in the park and one of the most photographed. The falls are an ideal destination for all ages and abilities. The walkway is wheelchair and baby stroller friendly.
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The Bertha Lake Trail highlight destinations include Bertha Falls and Bertha Lake. Both are accessed from the same trail. The trailhead is located near the campground in the Waterton Townsite.
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The Carthew-Alderson Trail is considered a challenging and difficult route popular for hiking, wilderness camping, horseback riding and backpacking. The trail can be, either, a very long day hike or a two day backpacking adventure. Long day hikers should be experienced and very fit.
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Townsite Trail is a paved community pathway which explores the village of Waterton and visits with Emerald Bay (Divers Bay) and Cameron Bay on the shores of Upper Waterton Lake.
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Red Rock Canyon Trail is one of the most visited sightseeing destination trails in the Waterton Lakes National Park located in the southwest corner of the province of Alberta, Canada.
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