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Bed and Breakfast near Glacier Waterton National Lake Park and Castle Mountain Ski Resort

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Waterton-Glacier Lake International Peace Park

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Waterton River Suites is 20 minutes northeast of renowned Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta which has been a paradise for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts for decades. In 1932, Glacier Park (in the USA) and Waterton Lakes National Park (in Canada) were designated Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park. Glacier and Waterton Lakes are both considered biosphere reserves and together were recognized, in 1995, as a World Heritage Site.

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Pincher Creek

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Pincher Creek is located in Southwest Alberta and boasts both a rich First Nations and Pioneer history. The breathtaking beauty of the region makes it an ideal choice for a quick getaway from Calgary or a week-long trip for a vacationing family. You can tour a living history museum, go skiing and participate in traditional First Nations ceremonies; you may even happen upon a cowboy poet weaving an exciting tale. Waterton River Suites is a short 27KM ride from the heart of Pincher Creek.

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Castle Mountain Ski Resort

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Stay at Waterton River Suites and ski Castle Mountain Ski Resort! Castle Mountain is located in the Westcastle Valley of the Canadian Rocky Mountains and is 50KM northwest of Waterton River Suites. The resort is known for its long steep runs and an average 9 meters (30 FT) of yearly snowfall. The resort maintains 67 ski trails, with 15% beginner, 40% intermediate, 35% advanced, and 10% expert. Castle Mountain Resort opened in 1965 and was the site of the 1975 Canada Winter Games.

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Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump

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Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump is a historic First Nations site in Southwestern Alberta. In 1981, it was established as a World Heritage Site for its testimony of prehistoric life and the customs of aboriginal people. The site was first recorded by Europeans in the 1880s, and first excavated by the American Museum of Natural History in 1938. The Buffalo Jump was designated a Canadian National Historic Site in 1968, a Provincial Historic Site in 1979, and a World Heritage Site in 1981, putting it in the ranks of such sites as the Egyptian Pyramids, Stonehenge and the Galapagos Islands.

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Frank Slide

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The Frank Slide Interpretive Centre highlights the rich history of the Crowsnest Pass in the Canadian Rockies. Visitors can experience a variety of interpretive programs, presentations and special events. Displays throughout the Centre highlight the 1903 Frank Slide (rockslide-avalanche), the Canadian Pacific Railway, European settlement, and early underground coal mining & community life. The museum is approximately a 70KM drive from the Waterton River Suites and makes for a fun, educational outing while in the area.

Photo courtesy of The Frank Slide Interpretive Museum.

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Experience Waterton is a tourism information and travel services website dedicated to everything Waterton Lakes National Park.

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