National Geographic : 1957 Sep
Vacationers enjoy scenic wonderland in Waterton Lakes National Park, Province of Alberta, Canada. Here you'll find the peace the whole world is seeking... Waterton Lakes National Park, just north of Mon tana, in the Province of Alberta, is one of a great chain of national and provincial parks stretching the length of Canada from British Columbia to Nova Scotia. Here you'll find breathtaking mountain scenery... magnificent peaks of red, green and gold, carved by ancient glaciers and reflected in sparkling wil derness lakes. You can ride spectacular trails or motor along scenic highways and glimpse buffalo . grizzlies . . . Rocky Mountain sheep. There's fishing, golf and tennis . . . boating, camping and swimming in a vacationland that offers true peace and relaxation. In a broader sense, Waterton Lakes National Park is a living testimonial to the peace and international friendship the whole world is seeking. In 1932 SINCLAIR SALUTES THE CANADIAN FORESTRY ASSOCIATION ... devotion to all phases of conservation. Through the foresig good judgment of the Canadian Forestry Association, im] advances have been made in the management of forests, x water and recreation areas for the benefit of both Canadi; U. S. citizens. Waterton Lakes joined with Glacier National Park, its counterpart across the border in the United States, to form the International Peace Park, com memorating more than 100 years of peaceful rela tions between two great powers. Theirs is the longest undefended border in the world. Mapmakers call it the 49th Parallel-but it actually has no parallel in the world today. FREE Tour Information =- If you would like to visit Waterton Lakes, or drive anywhere in the U.S.A. or Canada, let us help plan your trip. Write: Tour Bureau, Sinclair Oil Corporation, 600 Fifth Ave., New York 20, N. Y. For more Canadian information, write Canadian Travel Bureau, Ottawa, Canada.