Waterton Glacier Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... when I see signs warning about animals, I don't really expect to see any. I was wrong about this. There were 3 times when we had to stop and honk at several cattle in the road. Thankfully there was not a ton of traffic on the road so we could pass the cows without problems. But yeah, it was pretty crazy to see cows in the middle of the road. And then we almost ran into a fox. We were ready to get to the ...
... 8217;s well worth the strenuous hike. Views all around, including the entire Waterton area.
It was a great hike for our last day there. We also took a drive to Cameron Lake, which is inside the park, to check it out. Lots of wildflowers along all of the roadways.
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
On the way to Waterton in Alberta, Canada, we stopped at Many Glacier in Montana. It’s part of Glacier National Park. We thought we’d check it out on our way out of the area. We saw a
very nice hotel on the water. And, that was pretty much it. ...
... was that the guy in the visitor center told us which two fields the bison were in, so that prevented us from driving the whole loop which could have taken up to 2hrs. So after about 30min, we were on our way to Glacier NP.
We arrived at the park at about 1:30, checked in, and setup camp at Fish Creek. We then headed north along Lake McDonald until we got to the trailhead for "The Trail of the Cedars." It was ...