Another view from the Bear's Hump, showing the impact of the wind on trees, as well as the Prince of Wales Hotel, a famous historical landmark in Waterton Lakes National Park. The hotel is located on a spit of land near where Upper and Middle Waterton Lakes meet. It was built in the 1920s and named in a shameless attempt to get the then-prince, who was touring Canada at the time, to stay at the hotel (and it didn't even work!)
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