Red Rock Canyon Trail is a 0.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Alberta, Alberta, Canada that features a river. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking.
this one is always enjoyable to do
Easy and picturesque
This was our last day in Waterton Lakes, so we decided to walk the cold water of the Red Rock Canyon.
Easy walk, pretty unique color, (it's really red, especially the wet rock) Some cool photo ops, lots of wildflowers in the area as well
Very interesting rock formations. The kids had a blast. Amazing wild flowers. Saw a herd of mountain sheep.
This isn't really a hike. It's a paved walk around the canyon. The drive from Waterton to Red Rock is worth it though. Drive slow and watch the ridges you'll see a bear. So many people it's crazy. If you brought water shoes and walked into the canyon it would make it more enjoyable but come early or go late to avoid the crowds.
One of my favorite places in Waterton Park, This gorgeous canyon is such an awesome experience, put on your water shoes and swimsuit, and explore the canyon way beyond the rdige walk up top, get down and inside of it you will love it.
Kids love this area.
Nice little stroll along this canyon is good for all ages
A walk, not a hike. The canyon is nice but I liked more was the 2 black bears I saw along the parkway
At the end of the park road in Waterton Lakes NP in Alberta, Canada. The trail is on both sides of the canyon. An easy walk up one side and back down the other. Very scenic!