Waterton Lakes Lodge Resort
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... on the boat was great! He was very personable and gave us great information. The lake we were boating on is in both Waterton Lakes NP and Glacier NP. That means that partway through the tour we crossed the border without going through customs. In the picture where it says I am crossing the border, look for a faint line in the trees. They clear a path through the forest to show the border. The only wildlife ...
We were a little late to our selected site for morning sunrise, nevertheless we were able to capture some fine scenes of beautiful Waterton Lakes National Park. Then we stumbled onto a bear who wanted his picture taken so we obliged. Later we left the Park and drove north for a morning and afternoon of sightseeing in the farmlands and rolling hills of southern Alberta.
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Rainer and Julie
After landing at our site, before going on the hike, we had to pass thru U.S. Customs, since were were going from Canada to the U.S.
It was an interesting hike. Lots of lush, green foilage.
Beautiful scenery on the hike and the lake ...
... since we still had the amazing views!
We also wanted to check out Red Rock Canyon
It’s a small canyon with a creek running thru it. A popular spot to get wet!
I decided to forgo driving all the way over to Many Glacier for sunrise just too far to drive. Instead, I wanted to shoot the eastern side of the park from the St Mary visitor's center. It was a nice view of the craggy mountains across a grassy wildflower meadow. Unfortunately, there wasn’t much of a sunrise. The sky was so incredibly hazy… later we’d find out the cause of the haze was smoke ...