Bertha Lake Loop from Waterton Park

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Bertha Lake Loop from Waterton Park is a 14.6 kilometer moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Improvement District No. 4, Alberta, Canada that features a lake and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and nature trips.

14.6 km
665 m
Sendero de ida y vuelta


excursiones por la naturaleza





This hike starts off on the Waterton Lakeshore trail, which ends up in Goat Haunt, Montana.  As a footnote, in the summer months there are semi-weekly International Peace Park interpreted hikes, which are lead by both a Waterton Park and Glacier National Park ranger. These outings are extremely entertaining and informative, ending off with a boat cruise back to Waterton. After about 1.5 km (1 mile), the Bertha Lakes trail veers sharply north away from the Lakeshore trail. The trail becomes quite steep, specifically after the bridge that crosses Bertha Falls. The foliage is quite dense, and the trail switchbacks its way upward. Occasionally you can get a glimpse of Vimy Peak and Upper Waterton Lake. The trail ends at Bertha Lake, which is more scenic than most lakes in the region. A 4.6 km circuit of the lake is well worth the effort.

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