Waterton is considered the Wildflower capital of Canada and home to more than 1,000 plant species. From Beargrass to Orchids to Glacier Lilies learn how to identify the various species, learn photography and painting.
Considered the hidden jewel in the Crown of the Continent, Waterton Lakes National Park is the meeting place where multiple ecosystems converge, where the mountains meet the prairies in a stunning visual collision.
For its size, Waterton Lakes National Park holds the more wildlife diversity than any other national park in Canada. In fact, it is very rare to not see some sort of wildlife in Waterton, be it white-tailed deer, big horn sheep, or black bear.