Waterton Lakes National Park

Situated in the south west corner of Alberta, this little known National Park is absolutely beautiful. Magical mountain vistas and the blue-green lakes that typifies Alberta’s scenic beauties.

Together with Glacier National Park in Montana, Waterton forms an International Peace Park. Formerly a Blackfoot Indian stronghold, the mountains of Waterton were first visited by the Palliser Expedition of 1858 and were named for the 18C English explorer Charles Waterton.

Enjoy a few days here as an alternative – or an addition – to Banff and Jasper National Parks.

Why should I visit Waterton Lakes National Park?

Things to do and see in the Waterton area:
Cameron Lake Head Smashed in Buffalo Jump
Lots of outdoor activities such as canoeing, riding and hiking.