Waterton Overlook – 2mi / 3.2km
This short, steep hike makes you work for its views. Just past the Goat Haunt Ranger Station, this trail begins climbing in earnest and doesn’t let up until it reaches its terminus. Views up the Waterton River drainage open up close to the top with a nice look at Waterton Lake at the end. This trail crosses the border at Goat Haunt.**
Trailhead: Behind the Goat Haunt Ranger Station.
Elevation Gain/Loss: 800ft / 240m
** Goat Haunt day hikes can be reached via the boat tour out of Waterton for a fee. Check the schedule to ensure a return trip can be made in a timely manner. All hikes in this area cross the border at the Goat Haunt Point of Entry. The U.S. Goat Haunt Port of Entry hours are 11:00 am to 5:00 pm daily. All travelers crossing the border at Goat Haunt must present documents that are Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) compliant. U.S. and Canadian Citizens must present a Passport, U.S. Passport Card, Enhanced Drivers License or NEXUS Card. U.S. Resident aliens must present a U.S. Resident Alien Card. Citizens from countries other than Canada or the U.S. must present a valid passport and a current I-94 or an I-94W available at the U.S. Class A Port of Entry. Crossing the Canadian border at Waterton with a firearm is prohibited.