When Robert Ducanis of Winter Park traveled to Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta during the first week of October in 2007, he wasn't expecting to see this striking view on the main-entrance highway. The park had just received about five inches of snow that day, Robert said, and everything was covered with a beautiful blanket of snow. Waterton Lakes park sits on the U.S.-Canadian border with Montana. In 1932, the park was joined with Montana's Glacier National Park to form the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park a world first, according to the Parks Canada website. Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park became a World Heritage site in 1995.
Courtesy of Robert Ducanis
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