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How hard is it to get over the border to visit Waterton Lakes National Park (Canada) with a passport for a day?


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Very easy....we do it going the other way all the time. Use the border crossing at chief Mountain.

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Why would it be any more difficult than any other border crossing? There's even a Red Bus tour that takes you to the hotel in Waterton for High Tea. We went; it's very cool.


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Why would it be any more difficult than any other border crossing? There's even a Red Bus tour that takes you to the hotel in Waterton for High Tea. We went; it's very cool.


......and sometimes there is a Mountie waiting at the hotel to greet the guests, all dressed in his red tunic and hat.

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OK, I wasn't sure if the tightened things up since 9-11. Looks like they just let you through. Is there a park entrance to the U.S.?

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We had to show our Passports to reenter the US.

Opps...Looks like you have the passports.


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Going across is no problem. Getting back to the U.S. is another thing. Just don't have any fresh produce, and do have your documention. Have fun.


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Easy. It's a great place - enjoy!!


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We've done it several times and it was easy. Once we had to get out and be sniffed by the dogs-no big deal.


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Crossing into Canada is no problem, the guards are very professional and you'll be pleased with their welcome! Enjoy your stay at Waterton, it's a neat place and make sure you go in to the big hotel, a classy place!

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