Just over the Canadian Border is Glacier National Park's Sister Park - Waterton Lakes National Park. It is really the same terrain and same beauty, but done Canadian Style. The visitor area is a small homey little town, instead of mass commercialism. The trails a little more rugged, the air a little more crisp and the visitors a whole lot less. The park was Canada's 4th national park starting in 1895 by a Victorian naturalist, Charles Waterton. A hiker can lace up ones boots and head straight across the Rockies into the US or a boater can cross the Waterton Lake and end up in the same place. In honor of one of the great black-and-white photographers, Ansel Adams, here it is in his color, but definitely not of his caliber.
Waterton National Park:
The first sites of Wateron National Park on Chief Mountain Highway.
Looking East up Blakiston Creek
Looking west up Blakiston Creek
Anderson Peak in the early morning mist
Nick Graham - Nomad Photography