Scuba Diving in Emerald Bay
Many scuba diving enthusiasts are drawn to Emerald Bay in Waterton Lakes National Park. “Gertrude”, an old paddle wheeler built in the early 1900’s, lies on the bottom of Emerald Bay at a depth of 20 meters, creating an added sense of adventure for scuba divers. Parks Canada reminds all scuba divers that the Gertrude is not a rest spot and that it is illegal to remove anything found on dives in Waterton Lakes.
Scuba Diving in Cameron Lake
The crystal clear waters of this deep sub-alpine lake make it a great spot for scuba divers. With gradual depths up to 25 meters and no powerboats permitted, scuba diving enthusiasts find Cameron Lake to be an ideal fresh-water diving destination.