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Waterton Lakes National Park

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Waterton Lakes National Park
Travel Alberta/Sabrina Hill

With extraordinary natural charms packed into a compact space, Waterton Lakes National Park offers plenty to keep visitors busy. Sightsee on the park’s scenic roadways, and keep an eye out for abundant wildlife. Explore natural attractions, from a vivid red canyon to mist-cloaked waterfalls. Or check out the postcard-perfect community of Waterton Park, with great day hiking, a historic 1927 hotel and a range of water activities.


Featured Activities

A Red Rock Adventure 
Experience great wildlife viewing and scenic trails on a visit to stunning Red Rock Canyon. Then watch the stars come out from the comfort of a Blackfoot-style tipi at nearby Crandell Mountain Campground.
Low-Season Adventure in Fall, Winter and Spring 
Warm summer temperatures bring the crowds in July and August, but Waterton is a year-round destination, with great fall foliage, snowshoeing in winter and wildflowers in the spring.
Protect Park Ecosystems as a Volunteer 
Multiple volunteering opportunities give visitors a chance to gain an up-close understanding of the park’s unique ecosystems. Activities include wildlife and flower counts, native seed collection, tree planting and even the removal of pesky invasive species.
Get On the Water: Boat, Fish, Kayak and More in Waterton Lakes
A full range of water activities is available both in the community of Waterton and throughout the park, from leisurely kayak trips and wildlife watching to waterskiing, windsurfing and scuba diving.


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1-877-RESERVE (737- 3783)

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