Waterton Lakes National Park

It's no doubt that Waterton's greatest treasure is its natural beauty but Waterton offers a host of activities and amenities to make your stay an enjoyable one. From its world class hiking trails, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, scenery, and wildlife viewing opportunities to simply playing tennis beneath the majestic spires of the surrounding mountains... Waterton has fun for everyone!

Waterton maps, Waterton hiking trails, information on the Waterton Wildlife Weekend and Waterton Wild Flower Festival can all be found on www.experiencewaterton.com... Your full service Waterton info website, including Waterton’s only webcam.

NOTICE TO ALL VISITORS

Due to extreme fire hazard, many hikes, campgrounds and climbing locations are closed until further notice in Waterton Lakes National Park. For a full list of closures and up to date information, please visit: http://www.pc.gc.ca/apps/scond/Cond_E.asp?oID=28627&oPark=100429.

Chief Mountain Connector (Daily shuttle to USA/Canada border)

This shuttle assists hikers/visitors who are returning or coming into Waterton via the Chief Mountain Border. It also works as a connection with transportation into Montana. There are varied options on the other side of the border to continue into the US.

For more information please see the Chief Mountain Connector.pdf or call 1-403-859-2378 to make a reservation.

Cameron Express (One-way Daily shuttle)

This shuttle is most commonly used for hikers to access the Carthew- Alderson Trail, a one-way hike beginning at Cameron Lake and ending in the Waterton village.

It is also a good way to access Akamina-Kishinena to bike the Wall Lake trail before cycling down the Akamina Parkway back to the village.

Reservations are required for hikers and especially mountain bikers. We have a maximum capacity of six bikes.

For more information please see the Cameron Express.pdf or call 1-403-859-2378 to make a reservation.

Tamarack Trail Traveller (Shuttle for Tamarack Trail Hikers)

The Tamarack trail is an overnight multi-day hike that travels to many alpine lakes in the Blakiston and Akamina valleys.

Runs from June to October, weather and trail condition depending. Bookings before or after these dates please contact us.

For more information please see the Tamarack Trail Traveller.pdf or call 1-403-859-2378 to make a reservation.

Custom Shuttles

All custom inquiries are based on available shuttles and availability of drivers.

For more information please see the Custom Shuttles.pdf or call 1-403-859-2378 to make a reservation.

Ceadar Walk
A photo of a stream over looking Waterton Valley
A photo of a Moose wading out of water
A photo of four women hiking Siyeh Pass
A photo winter setting in over Waterton Lake
Back country skiing in Waterton
A photo of a herd of Elk crossing the highway
Beautiful Red Rock Canyon