Like other mountains and hills with names such as "Bear's Hump", this famous protuberance just north of the Waterton Townsite is named for its appearance. The top is accessed by a short but very steep hike (lots of switchbacks!), which rewards the climber with spectacular vistas of the town, Upper and Middle Waterton Lakes and many of the surrounding mountains. Even when the weather isn't the best for photography -- as was the case this day -- it's an amazing place.
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