The “Canadian Side” of Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park is the north side of Glacier National Park. Tucked into the Rocky Mountains at the southern end of Alberta, this park is stuffed to the brim with exemplary scenery — and it isn’t just limited to its namesake lakes. Waterfalls, dense forests, wildflowers, red rock canyons, and the world-famous Crypt Lake hike all vie for attention in this breathtaking environment.

Viewing 6 of 6 Hikes

Red Rock Canyon and Blackiston Falls

Red Rock Canyon and Blackiston Falls

Distance: 1.8 mi

Time: 1 hrs

Elevation Gain: 20 ft

Difficulty: Easy

Bear’s Hump

Bear’s Hump

Distance: 1.3 mi

Time: 1 hrs

Elevation Gain: 754 ft

Difficulty: Challenging

Crandell Lake

Crandell Lake

Distance: 2.3 mi

Time: 1 hrs

Elevation Gain: 430 ft

Difficulty: Moderate

Lower Bertha Falls

Lower Bertha Falls

Distance: 3.3 mi

Time: 1.5 hrs

Elevation Gain: 444 ft

Difficulty: Easy

Lineham Falls

Lineham Falls

Distance: 5.7 mi

Time: 3.5 hrs

Elevation Gain: 1065 ft

Difficulty: Moderate

Crypt Lake

Crypt Lake

Distance: 11 mi

Time: 6 hrs

Elevation Gain: 2176 ft

Difficulty: Strenuous

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