Canoeing, Kayaking and Paddling on Waterton Lakes
Calm summer days on any of Waterton’s Lakes provide an ideal place for paddlers. Experienced paddlers can head to the south end of Upper Waterton Lake and cross the International Boundary into Glacier National Park. From the safety of your boat, you can scan the avalanche slopes around the south end of the lake for grizzly bears. For your safety, do not land on or hike these slopes.
Even on the calmest days, extreme caution should be used on any of the Waterton Lakes. Weather and water conditions can change quickly in Waterton’s mountain valleys, and all park waters are glacial and very cold. Be aware that floating logs are common and can pose a serious hazard to paddlers.
Canoeing, Kayaking and Paddling on Cameron Lake
At this serene sub-alpine lake, the wind is not usually as strong as it can be on the main Waterton Lakes. Canoes, rowboats and paddleboats can be rented here. Please note that fuel or electric powered motors are not permitted on Cameron Lake.
For rentals and inquiries please contact Blackstone & Company