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, with great day hiking, a historic 1927 hotel and a range of water activities. Winter highlights include walking, snowshoeing, skiing, wildlife viewing and more!


  • 10 winter experiences

    Our list of top 10 things to do in Waterton Lakes National Park in winter.

  • Wildlife watching

    Look out for elk, bighorn sheep, deer, moose and snowshoe hares during your winter visit to Waterton Lakes National Park.

  • Winter camping

    We offer a sheltered winter campground at Pass Creek Day Use Area.

  • Winter walking

    There are some great winter walks in and around the Waterton townsite.

  • Red Chairs

    We have five sets of red chairs in scenic locations throughout Waterton Lakes National Park (they are harder to find in winter!).

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