Waterton National Park is in the south-west corner of Alberta, Canada. Together with Glacier National Park just over the Canada/USA border in Montana, the two parks collectively become the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, a World Heritage Site. It’s always had a symbolic meaning, and more so in today’s troubled world.
One of the highlights of a visit to Waterton is to take a cruise on the good ship “International”, eatures, it’s so nice to leaving the townsite of Waterton and cruising down the lake to Goat Haunt, Montana.The panorama of Rocky Mountains, virgin forests and the lake itself will provide you with a wonderful view of unspoiled wilderness. We were also fortunate to have a narrative from a local guide who was totally familiar with the area and also extremely well-spoken. When you’re looking at a myriad of mountains and other features, it’s nice to have someone who can tell you the name and the history associated with each one.
These pictures were taken during the RedBubble Meet N’ Greet which was held at Waterton in June, 2010.
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