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Bertha Point

Type of Hike

  • Short Hike

Trail Type

  • Easy Hike
  • Open Hike
  • Guided Hikes & Shuttles

This short hike takes you through a beautiful mixed aspen forest and home to many of Waterton’s beautiful wildflowers. See the amazing effects of the recent forest fire up close as well as the regrowth of the forest floor vegetation. View the Waterton townsite from higher vantage points along the way. Climb up out of the forest to reach the point, an overlook with 360 degree views of the Waterton Valley. Look back towards the Prince of Wales or down towards Glacier National Park in the USA and enjoy this rest stop. This can be your turn around point or you can continue on to Bertha Falls and Lake, as well as the Lakeshore trail.

**Distance 3 km/1.9 miles round trip
Elevation: 150 m/492 feet
Difficulty: Easy-Moderate
Timing: 1 hour

NOTE: This trail offers a Guided Hiking Experience with an option to hire a local Interpretative Hiking Guide. Please visit Tamarack Outdoors for more information.

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