The following day I drove to Waterton Lakes National Park in Canada. Together with Glacier National Park in the United States the form Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park. The park was dedicated June 18th, 1932.
I'd never been to the Canadian side before and decided to take this opportunity to visit for the day.
I was only in Waterton for about ninety minutes. I really wish I had allotted more time for it. There were a couple of drives into canyons I would have liked to have explored and a hike to the top of one of the mountains overlooking Waterton that I really wanted to do, but time was my enemy here as I wanted to get back to Many Glacier Hotel to see David Walburn.