Waterton Lakes National Park
Prohibited activity: Horse use
Issued: August 24, 2021
PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(1) OF THE NATIONAL PARKS GENERAL REGULATIONS, TRAVEL BY HORSE BACK ON OR THROUGH THE FOLLOWING TRAILS IN WATERTON LAKES NATIONAL PARK IS PROHIBITED FROM JULY 1 – AUGUST 31 ANNUALLY, BY ORDER OF THE SUPERINTENDENT, WATERTON LAKES NATIONAL PARK*.
Alderson Lake trail (from Cameron Falls to Alderson Lake)
Bertha Lake trail
Crypt lake trail (from Crypt Landing to Crypt Lake)
Rowe Lakes Trail
* Horse use in these areas is permitted, September 1 – June 30, annually except during area closures for park management purposes. All horses must be under physical control.
PURSUANT TO SECTION 7(1) OF THE NATIONAL PARKS GENERAL REGULATIONS, AND SECTION 4(5) OF THE NATIONAL PARKS DOMESTIC ANIMAL REGULATIONS, TRAVEL BY HORSE BACK ON OR THROUGH THE FOLLOWING AREAS OF WATERTON LAKES NATIONAL PARK IS PROHIBITED, BY ORDER OF THE SUPERINTENDENT, WATERTON LAKES NATIONAL PARK;
Bear’s Hump Trail
Cameron Lakeshore Trail
Crandell Lake Trails, including section along Akamina Parkway to Waterton Townsite**
Hell Roaring Creek / Hell Roaring Falls Trail
Kootenai Brown Pedestrian / Cycling Trail
Linnet Lake Trail
Prince of Wales Hill and associated trails
Red Rock Canyon Loop
Sofa Cirque Route
Waterton Park Townsite, including the Townsite Campground and the beaches of Emerald Bay and Upper Waterton Lake
**Until further notice, until new trail hardens.
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