Red Rock Canyon Loop Trail is one of the most visited sightseeing destination trails in the Waterton Lakes National Park. The bright red argillite rock is a must-see sight for many visiting the area
Red Rock Layers of Time
The layers of red rock while exploring on the Red Rock Canyon Loop Trail located at the end of the Red Rock Parkway in the Waterton Lakes National Park in southwest Alberta, Canada.

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Canyon Walls
Red Rock Canyon located at the end of the Red Rock Parkway in the Waterton Lakes National Park in southwest Alberta, Canada.

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Upper Trail Bridge
The upper trail bridge on the Red Rock Canyon Loop Trail located at the end of the Red Rock Parkway in the Waterton Lakes National Park in southwest Alberta, Canada.

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Red Rock Canyon
Red Rock Canyon located at the end of the Red Rock Parkway in the Waterton Lakes National Park in southwest Alberta, Canada.

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Parking Lot Bridge
The main bridge to access the Red Rock Canyon Loop Trail located at the end of the Red Rock Parkway in the Waterton Lakes National Park in southwest Alberta, Canada.

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Interpretive Trail
The sitting benches and information signs on the Red Rock Canyon Loop Trail located at the end of the Red Rock Parkway in the Waterton Lakes National Park in southwest Alberta, Canada.

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Mountain Views
The snow capped peaks of the surrounding mountains as viewed from the main entrance of the Red Rock Canyon in the Waterton Lakes National Park in southwest Alberta, Canada.

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Red Rock
The red rock riverbanks while visiting the Red Rock Canyon at the end of the Red Rock Parkway in the Waterton Lakes National Park in southwest Alberta, Canada.

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