Waterton is located adjacent to Glacier National Park, Montana and Akamina-Kishinena Provincial Park in British Columbia. Together these parks form Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Waterton is a sacred place to the Blackfoot people. It is here that the ancient Beaver Bundle was visioned. The Beaver Bundle contains the essence of life and is traditionally opened in the spring.
Red Rock Canyon Parkway
( National conservation area )
Waterton Lake Wild Life
Waterton Lakes is a dramatic collision of prairies and mountains. It is a combination of grasslands, wetlands, aspen growth, evergreen forests and alpine tundra, which led to an unusual diversity of plant life and is home to a rich variety of wildlife.
On the trails.
Waterton Shoreline Cruises. On the board of the vessel, one can float from Canada into United States and back, no customs.
The Prince of Wales Hotel opened its doors in Waterton Lakes National Park on July 25, 1927. The hotel stands isolated on a bluff overlooking a spectacular vista of mountains, lakes, town and prairie. Its striking design and dramatic setting make it Waterton's most recognized landmark.
Upper Waterton Lake is the deepest lake in the Canadian Rockies and feeds the Saskachewan river system that empties into Hudson Bay.