Junction of Highways 17, 6 and 5; 34 miles south of Pincher Creek, Alberta; 33 miles west of Cardston, Alberta; 39 miles north of Babb, Montana. Visitor Information: Waterton Lakes National Park Headquarters, PO Box 200 Waterton Park, AB Canada T0K 2M0; Phone: (403) 859-5133; Email: email@example.com; Website: www.pc.gc.ca/waterton
In the southwest corner of Alberta, Waterton Lakes National Park combines with Glacier National Park in Montana to form the world's first International Peace Park. It is also a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve and Natural World Heritage Site. Featuring striking mountain scenery and fantastic wildlife viewing opportunities, there are hundreds of miles of breathtaking hiking trails.
Historic MV International is the oldest operating wooden passenger vessel in Canada and celebrates its 90th season of sightseeing cruises in 2017. The Red Bus Tours are the oldest intact fleet of passenger vehicles in the world. These 17-person convertible touring sedans are cherished, elegant icons, with multiple doors and roll-back canvas tops allowing passengers to marvel at the views.
A beautiful 18-hole, Stanley Thompson-design golf course features bears and other wildlife as the premier hazards. Enjoy guided horseback rides into the backcountry, kayaking and canoeing on Cameron Lake. The townsite itself offers unique gift shops, plenty of restaurants, nightlife that often features live music and fun 4-wheel pedal bikes. Accommodations include the Bayshore Inn, Waterton Glacier Suites and the grand, historic Prince of Wales Hotel.