With so much to discover in Waterton Lakes National Park, it is great to have a knowledgeable guide to help you on your journey. You can experience Waterton Park and its surrounding areas by foot, car, bike, boat or horseback.
Tamarack Shuttle Service
This shuttle service can be accessed through Tamarack Outdoor Outfitters. It offers tours and shuttle runs throughout Waterton Lakes National Park with vans and buses that can seat up to 24 passengers. Charter shuttle services are available.
If you want to explore Waterton’s trails and lakes with an experienced guide, there is no better place to turn than Waterton Outdoor Adventures. Their Park’s Canada licensed hiking guides know the area extremely well and offer:
– Large-group and corporate adventure travel
– Private day hikes
– Interpretive walks
– Outdoor education services (including photography workshops, flower walks, backcountry education hikes, bear country basics)
Reservations are required.
You might also like to know about the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park Guided Hike offered by Parks Canada.
One of Waterton’s most unique and noteworthy features is its amazing ecology. Waterton Lakes has more species of flora and fauna than any other Canadian mountain park as well as the richest biodiversity in Alberta.
A knowledgeable guide can take you to some of the special places you would not find on your own in Waterton, including hidden waterfalls, unique views and places where you can find the solitude you are seeking.
To learn more, come to the Visitor Information Center in Waterton Park or explore Parks Canada’s website.
Even if you did not bring your bicycle, you can rent some wheels from Pat’s of Waterton and take yourself (and your family) on a self-guided tour of Waterton Park by bicycle or surrey.
If you are more of an adrenalin seeker, there are several companies that operate adventure cycling tours in Waterton Lakes National Park. More information on these is available at Tamarack Outdoor Outfitters.
Sit back and enjoy majestic towering cliffs, unusual geological formations, beautiful waterfalls, snowy mountain peaks and the longest unguarded International Border in the world all from the middle of Upper Waterton Lake. This one-of-a-kind guided tour offered by Shoreline Cruises is a “must do” experience for all visitors to Waterton Lakes National Park.
Waterton Lakes National Park shares both notoriety and an international border with Glacier National Park in Montana. Together they form Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, the world’s first International Peace Park and UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Without question, the best way to experience the easy flow between these two nations is from aboard the historic M.V. International offered by Shoreline Cruise lines at the Waterton marina. You will take an easy cruise along the shoreline of beautiful Upper Waterton Lake and cross the International border to Goat Haunt, Montana. It is a spectacular experience and comes highly recommended by visitors and locals alike.
Waterton Lakes National Park
Waterton-Glacier Red Bus Tours
This fleet of Red Buses built by the White Motor Company is considered to be the oldest intact fleet of passenger carrying vehicles in the world. These 17-passenger convertible touring sedans are cherished, elegant icons of Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park.
With their multiple doors and roll-back canvas tops, passengers can marvel at the views on the famous Going-to-the-Sun Road, including the Logan Pass which sits 6664 feet high on the Continental Divide. These vintage vehicles also run on propane which is 93% cleaner than gasoline.
View the sites of Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park in unique style and comfort on a half-day or full-day tour.