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We parked at the parking lot to hike to the falls. The hike is a steady climb and a relatively easy hike. This part of Waterton was heavily damaged by last year's fire, which is evident with destroyed trees. Seeing this devastation a year after...More
I would call this a moderate hike. I had to take a couple of rest breaks on the way up. The forest here burned just last year and I was amazed to see all the beautiful new life of the forest. The waterfall itself was...More
The trail is not steep but head steadily upward for much of the distance to Bertha Falls.
We returned to the parking lot on the same trail and going back down is tough on the knees and ankles as the impacts there are greater when...More
We didn't know what to expect when we looked it up but we were in for a medium hike. It was about a 3 hour hike round trip, that was including taking about a half hour throughout the hike. Some really awesome views towards the...More
The main falls are towering above the trail and have a bridge that crosses over the base. When you are hiking to the falls, a lot of people seemed to be stopping at a small fall that was a little down stream from the large...More
Most of Waterton area was ravaged by huge forest fire October 2017. The Bertha Falls trail is one of the few that's open. Trees are burned but ground cover is green and returning. Hike is still a beautiful view of the lake and surrounding mountains....More
The overall hike is a little over 2 miles each way. There is a small parking lot but no bathrooms at the trailhead. There is additional parking down the hill on the street.
Hiking to the Falls, it's a moderate to easy uphill climb. Throughout...More
We took a day trip from the east side of Glacier NP, where we were staying. Choose the Lower Bertha Falls hike as our activity while visiting the Canadian side of the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park. Kids (ranging from 5-8) and adults enjoyed the beautiful...More