Waterton National Parks is open all year round, and if you are able to visit the park at the right time of year and before the Chinook melts part of the trail away, you can be privilege to enjoy the winter wonderland of Waterton.
Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned veteran of the park, there are trails for everyone.
The first few trails listed, you will need to take the Akamina Highway to Cameron Lake.
The Dipper trail has an intermediate grade to it, if you've been out once before, or are confident in making a 2 hour hike or ski, you can handle this trail. You have a few options when taking this trail. You can take two cars and park one at Little Prairie parking lot and Rowe Trailhead parking lot or you can double back to your car. On this trail you will enjoy the meadows and streams and views of Carthew and Rowe mountains.
Cameron Lake is a great trail for the beginners, the novice and those with children who can handle a hour and a half to two hour hike. Park at Little Prairie parking, strap on your skis or snowshoe and continue on Akamina Highway towards Cameron Lake. The grade incline is gradual making it an easy trail. Once you get to the lake, you'll be rewarded with a picturesque view of lake and surrounding mountains. There are year round washroom facilities both at Little Prairie parking lot and at the lake.
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