Waterton National Park


Taken from the top of the hill at the Prince of Wales Hotel, over looking Waterton valley and townsite.  It is awesome sight and well worth both the drive and walk!!


Watertown Lake is a mountain lake in Southern Alberta and Northern Montana.  The Northern, lower end of the main lake lies in Waterton National Park while the upper, southern part of the lake lies in Glacier National Park.


The Prince of Wales, overlooks Upper Waterton Lake and the Town of Waterton.  It was built between 1926 and 1927 by the Great National Railway.  The Hotel was named after King Edward VIII in hopes that he would stay at the hotel but in 1927, he decided to stay at a near by ranch.  The Prince of Wales is considered a National Historical Site.




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