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Waterton Lakes National Park

Waterton Park
This quiet, uncrowded National Park is the perfect place to view spectacular scenery, wildlife and enjoy outstanding recreational opportunities. In summer, hike the renowned Waterton trails including Crypt Lake and Carthew Alderson, photograph the wildflowers in June, and the elk rut in September. In winter, snowshoe or cross country ski Akamina pass or to Cameron lake, or climb over 40 well known ice falls.

Discover nature at its best...Year Round!... A rare gem tucked into the southwestern corner of the province of Alberta, Canada. In this breathtaking part of the world, the majestic Rocky Mountains rise suddenly out of the rolling prairies. Amid the peaks are the lakes of Waterton Lakes National Park, carved out of the rock by ancient glaciers.
Frank Slide

Frank Slide
The Frank Slide Interpretive Centre highlights the rich history of the Crowsnest Pass amid the breathtaking beauty of the Canadian Rockies. Visitors can experience a variety of interpretive programs, presentations and special events. Displays throughout the Centre feature the 1903 Frank Slide (rockslide-avalanche), the Canadian Pacific Railway, European settlement, early underground coal mining and community life. An award-winning audio-visual presentation entitled "In the Mountain's Shadow" is shown daily. Pathways around the Centre provide spectacular views of the Frank Slide and surrounding area.

Castle Mountain

Castle Mountain Ski Area
At only an hour drive away, Castle Mountain is our local ski resort. Castle Mountain is a full size ski hill with a variety of terrain, for pro's and little ones alike. Come relax in your own cozy vacation rental cottage after a full day in the powder.

Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump
Located 18 km north & west of Fort Macleod, Alberta, Canada at a place where the foothills of the Rocky Mountains meet the great plains, one of the world's oldest, largest and best preserved buffalo jump's known to exist -- Head-Smashed-In. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981, Head-Smashed-In has been used continuously by aboriginal peoples of the plains for more than 5,500 years.
Remington Alberta Carriage Centre Remington Alberta Carriage Centre
The Remington Carriage Museum houses the largest collection of horse-drawn vehicles in North America, with over 250 carriages, wagons and sleighs. The Museum is located only minutes from both Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, and Glacier National Park in Montana. It is open year-round, seven days a week. International travellers acknowledge the display as the finest in the world. The 63,000 square foot facility features video displays, a fire hall, a carriage factory, a restoration shop, a working stable, carriage rides, carriage rentals, a restaurant and a gift shop. Guided facility tours are offered at no additional charge.
Great Canadian Barn Dance Great Canadian Barn Dance
The Great Canadian Barn Dance is, quite possibly, the only campground you'll find where the whole family can camp, dance, enjoy recreational activities, and take in live entertainment all in one scenic location.
 
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