From climbing a ladder mounted into the cliff side to crawling through a cave barely big enough for one person to squeeze through; Crypt Lake is an adventure hiker’s dream. It has been rated as one of the most thrilling trails in the world and is an absolute must do!
Difficulty Rating: 7/10
Akamina Ridge offers some of the most spectacular views in Waterton National Park. Split between Alberta and British Columbia this single loop trail offers an incredibly scenic ridge walk high above Forum Lake and Wall Lake.
Difficulty Rating: 6/10
The Red Rock Canyon loop is a great scenic walk for hikers of all abilities. Adventuring up the creek through the canyon is where Red Rock’s real excitement lies. The unique red color of the rock with crystal clear water flowing across it is a sight to behold.
Difficulty Rating: 3/10
If you are looking for a good scramble, Mount Galwey is for you. Galwey is often described as the “easiest” difficult hike around Waterton. That title is misleading as this hike is in no way easy. With different routes of varying difficulty to the top, summiting this peak is a scrambler’s dream.
Difficulty Rating: 8/10
The hike to Crandell Lake takes you through lush forest with beautiful views of the surrounding mountains. The lake is secluded and the perfect place for a lunch picnic.
Difficulty Rating: 2/10
The best way to see Waterton is from the top of Bear’s Hump. After a quick but challenging climb you are rewarded with an unreal view of the town and the Waterton Lakes.
Difficulty Rating: 5/10