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Park interpretation

Interpretive theatre programs, guided hikes & activities

2015 team of interpreters
Our 2015 team of interpreters (left to right): Sierra, Patricia, Dylan, Rachelle, Nicole, Sharon, Ashley © Parks Canada

We are planning a variety of guided hikes, fun family activities and drop-in programs for 2016.

Summer interpretation programs will be offered to visitors from June 27 to August 30, plus Labour Day weekend. This includes entertaining programs every evening at 8 p.m. in Cameron Falls and Crandell Mountain Campground theatres.

Please check back here by May long weekend to find more details on our 2016 program plans.

The Waterton Lakes National Park interpretation team would like to thank all visitors who continue to participate in our events. Your feedback also helps us create better programs. 

We look forward to seeing you in Waterton Lakes National Park this season.

Some visitor feedback from last summer's theatre programs and guided hikes:

Theatre programs:

"I've gone to many programs at different national parks across the United States and this one was excellent: fun, exciting and new. I'm 16 years old but I really enjoyed it. Awesome presenter!"

"The best interpretive program I have ever been to! Wonderfully presented. Very creative. Thank you!"

"Best ranger program ever. Agent Red was very creative - really engaged audience by involving them. The CSI story wove in facts in a meaningful way. 100% better than a traditional lecture."

"So much fun, loved the puns, great for kids and adults, lots of audience interaction, cute props, loved it. You all do so great!"

Guided Hikes:

"Staff was beyond phenomenal, so knowledgeable, friendly, interesting ... and brave! The ranger-led hike was great for small groups and singles with the prevalence of bears in the area."