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Cameron Falls, Waterton Lakes National Park
Perhaps the easiest and best thing to see in Waterton Lakes National Park during the wintertime, is Cameron Falls. This waterfall doesn’t require a long drive on treacherous roads, or a frigid, snowy hike. It’s right at the edge of Waterton Town, and one of the town’s main roads will take you directly to it. Cameron Creek (the same creek that runs along the Akamina Parkway) goes tumbling over the edge of these diagonal rocks, shortly before ending its journey at Upper Waterton Lake. Geologists say this waterfall is especially interesting, since it has cut through, and exposed, the oldest …