Located in the townsite of Waterton Lakes National Park. When descending the hill into the townsite, the Kilmorey Lodge is the first building you will see, at the three way stop sign on the corner of Mt. View Road and Evergreen Avenue. Turn left onto Mt. View Road at the three way stop, and then left again into our parking lot.
HOW TO GET TO WATERTON
By Car, coming from Calgary - Take highway south 2 to Fort MacLeod (183 km / 115 mi.). From Fort MacLeod, go West on Highway 3 (50 km / 31 mi.). Head south through Pincher Creek on Highway 6 (56 km / 35 mi.). About 270 total km / 167 mi.
By Car, coming from Kalispell, Montana
U.S. Visitors & Border Policies
Please note that visitors from all countries will require a valid passport and other relevant documentation such as a NEXUS card or travel visa. Persons under 18 years traveling without their parents should have a letter of authorization from a parent or guardian to travel into Canada or the United States. Please ensure you review the requirements, restrictions and customs regulations, and any Covid or health related restrictions regarding crossing the border by visiting the Canada Border Services website or the U.S. Customs and Border Protection website before you depart for your trip.
Take highway 2 to West Glacier (54 km / 33 mi.) and over the Going-to-the-Sun road (there is no annual set date for the Going-to-the-Sun road to open, generally opens early July to mid-October) to St.Mary (80 km / 50 mi.). Head North on Highway 89 and take the Chief Mountain Border crossing (44 km / 27 mi.). Take highway 6 north (22km/14mi) and go west on highway 5 to Waterton (10 km / 6 mi).
Year Round Route
Take highway 2 through Flathead National Forest to East Glacier Village (140 km / 87 mi.). Head North on Highway 49 (19 km / 12 mi.) to highway 89. Take highway 89 to Carway border (60 km / 37 mi.). From the Carway border, head north on Alberta highway 2 to Cardston (25 km / 15 mi.). Head West on highway 5 to Waterton (55 km / 34 mi.).