A few weeks ago, at the beginning of September, myself and three great participants, Bob, Cheryl, and Jaime, headed down to Waterton for a fantastic workshop. The weather was spectacular and the locations were amazing. We all did some great hikes, some of which were, Lineham Falls, Rowe Lake and Lower Bertha Falls. A sunrise trip to Cameron Lake was very nice as well. And Red Rock Canyon was very cool. The feel of the town of Waterton was really nice. A much slower and quieter pace than Banff in the summer. It had been many years since I had been there last. But it won't be long before I head back again. All in all it was such a good trip. Thanks again to three great participants for the great company. Keep checking back for future workshops.
A small waterfall on the way into Lineham.
Lower Rowe Lake.
Lower Bertha Falls.
Red Rock Canyon.