Avalanche Terrain Maps

Bertha Lake Trail

Aerial relief map of Bertha Lake Trail, Waterton Lakes National Park, showing significant avalanche terrain
Bertha Lake Trail © Parks Canada

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Cameron Lake

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Aerial relief map of Cameron Lake, Waterton Lakes National Park, showing significant avalanche terrain. Infrequent avalanches cross the road. Do not stop in this area.
Cameron Lake © Parks Canada

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Lineham Falls Trail

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Aerial relief map of Lineham Falls Trail, Waterton Lakes National Park, showing significant avalanche terrain.
Lineham Falls Trail © Parks Canada
 
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Rowe Lakes Trail

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Aerial relief map of Rowe Lakes Trail, Waterton Lakes National Park, showing significant avalanche terrain.
Rowe Lakes Trail © Parks Canada
 
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Know Before You Go

Will your group be travelling in avalanche terrain? If so...
  • Does your group have the skills, knowledge and training to travel in avalanche terrain?
  • Are you carrying transceivers, shovels and probes?
  • Can you self-rescue? Do you have a plan?
  • Do you know the emergency number?
  • Have you checked the current avalanche bulletin and weather forecast?
  • Have you checked out with someone?
  • Do you have any other route options?
Relevant Links:
Phone Numbers:

Avalanche Bulletins: 1-800-667-1105

Emergency Phone: 403-859-2636

A pay phone is located on the 200 block of Mount View Road in the community. Turn left at the 3-way stop sign; continue past first right turn; look to the right for motel and phone booth.