Upper Bertha Falls and Bertha Lake Trail is a 6.4 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Alberta, Alberta, Canada that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from April until October.
Great 1/2 day hike. Take a lunch and dine lakeside!
My dad took us on this trip ages ago - it must have been in the late 90's. I still remember him jumping bare-butt into the lake and coming up screaming due to the cold. Haha - good memories. Would like to do this one again someday. We were able to get an 'off-road' stroller with a toddler in and out without issues.
This was an easy hike with limited views. The Bertha falls were the half way point and also were most of the tourism stops, because from here on, the real climbing begins.
Didn't go all the way to the lake, only to the falls as we ran out of time! However it was a very well marked and maintained trail with beautiful views all along Waterton Lake. The water was low enough mid summer to climb on the first waterfall. The second waterfall was a beautiful curtain! Can't wait to go back to this one and make it all the way to the lake!
Beautiful hike up to the falls. A great beginner or family hike. I personally don't think the remainder of the trail up to the Lake is worth it.
good hike for the family.
A nice easy hike to the falls. The kids weren't too challenged. Great views.
We only went as far as the falls. Moderately easy trail to do with kids. Breathtaking views
awesome, great hike to a beautiful waterfall. didn't go all the way to the lake.