Hiking map of Waterton Lakes National Park (Alberta) | Gem Trek
Hiking map & Guide of the Waterton Lakes National Park in south-western Alberta, published by Gem Trek. Contour lines at 25-metre intervals (82 ft), relief-shading, hiking trails with detailed explanations, bike routes, elevations and durations, campgrounds, hotels, outdoor activities and detailed legend. The map covers all of Waterton Lakes National Park, the eastern end of Akamina-Kishinena Provincial Park, and the Goat Haunt or northern area of Glacier National Park, Montana, at the south end of Upper Waterton Lake.
The front of the map covers all of the hiking and biking trails departing from Waterton townsite, Red Rock Parkway, Akamina Parkway, and the Goat Haunt region of Glacier National Park. Popular trails covered include Carthew-Alderson, Crypt Lake, Goat Lake, Twin Lakes, Forum and Wall lakes, and the Tamarack Trail. Also on the front is an inset map (1:35,000) of Waterton townsite, with accommodation and services.
On the back of the map are trail descriptions of more than 20 of the best day hikes in the area, ranging from short interpretive walks to strenuous hikes up to alpine meadows. There are also trail descriptions of four classic bike-and-hike trails and seven overnight or multi-day trips. Included in each trail description are distance, elevation gain and highlights along the way.
Publication date: 2012
Scale: 1 : 50 000 (1 cm represents 500 m)
Printed side(s): double-sided
Unfolded dimensions: 92 x 70 cm / 36 x 28 in