Heading South in the Belly River valley.
3 miles from Elizabeth Lake.
Dawn Mist Falls
Cosley Lake. We had to ford the narrow foot of the lake.
Looking West to Stoney Indian Pass.
Sun didn't set until 10:30.
The mule deer were fond of sweaty gear.
On the way up Stoney Indian Pass w/ rainbow.
Wildflowers: Indian Paintbrush on the right.
The first part of Stoney Indian Pass.
Looking east toward Glenns Lake and Cosley Lake.
Much of the last mile of the pass was covered in snow.
Black bear track
On top of Stoney Indian Pass.
An unmarked, steep descent in the snow toward Stoney Indian Lake.
Stoney Indian Lake.
Reverse view of the pass.
Descending into the Waterton River valley.
Koontenai Lakes are prime for moose-viewing.
A haggard, old moose who was fond of human campsites.
Again, probably around 10:30pm.
Marshy grasslands in the Waterton River valley.
Ascending from the valley toward Lake Janet and Lake Francis.
Ground squirrel, food scrap beggar.
Most of what the last two days' hikes looked like.
Heaven, or Lake Francis.
View from our dinner table at Lake Francis.
Our private beach on Lake Francis.
Misty morning hike to Waterton Lake.
Lake Janet early in the morning.
A big, healthy bull moose to greet us at the ranger/customs station at Goat Haunt.
Ranger/customs station at Goat Haunt.
Boat ride from Goat Haunt, Glacier park, USA to Waterton town, Canada.
Southward view of Glacier National Park.
Canada on the left, US on the right.
Last view of the USA.
Prince of Wales Hotel in Waterton.
Customs station at the Chief Mountain border crossing. Officer Bugg was very friendly.