Waterton Lakes National Park is a year round recreation destination located in the southwest corner of the province of Alberta, Canada. It is a land of mountain peaks, rambling rivers, wildflower meadows, alpine lakes and wildlife sightings... in short, Waterton Lakes National Park is where the prairie grasslands meet the mighty Rocky Mountain Range. Alberta travel guide Click Here - Plan a trip to Waterton Lakes, Alberta, Canada with the eh Canada Travel Guide
Akamina Lake Trail
Akamina Lake Trail
Akamina Lake Trail is a short, easy going 1 kilometre return hiking route in Waterton Lakes Park leading to a sub alpine lake surrounded by mountain peaks and wildlife.
Bertha Lake Trail
Bertha Lake Trail
Bertha Lake Trail is a one way hiking route in Waterton Lakes Park leading to a waterfall and a sub alpine lake with a wilderness campground, mountain views and a picnic area.
Blakiston Falls
Blakiston Falls
Blakiston Falls is one of the easy access waterfall destinations in the Waterton Lakes National Park. The 2 kilometre return route leads to a couple of wooden viewing platforms overlooking a white water river and a tumbling waterfall.
Cameron Lake
Cameron Lake
Cameron Lake Trail is a popular `drive to`destination in Waterton Lakes Park for activities like hiking, canoeing, sightseeing, wildlife sightings and picnicking.
Cameron Falls
Cameron Falls
Cameron Falls is one of the most visited, most popular natural attractions in the Waterton Lakes Park and one of the most photographed. The falls are an ideal destination for all ages and abilities.
Carthew-Alderson Trail
Carthew-Alderson Trail
Carthew-Alderson Trail is a long-haul 20 kilometre one-way route exploring mountain peaks and alpine lakes in the Waterton Lakes National Park. The trail is popular for hiking, backpacking, wilderness camping and horseback riding.
Red Rock Canyon
Red Rock Canyon
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
Rowe Lake Trail
Rowe Lake Trail
Rowe Lake Trail is a one-way 4 to 6 kilometre day hike leading to an upper and lower alpine lake and a wildflower meadow located in the Waterton Lakes National Park.
Townsite Trail
Townsite Trail
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.