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Lethbridge & Watertown itinerary?

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Lethbridge & Watertown itinerary?

We are hoping to fly to Montana and then rent a car to travel to Lethbridge to see family. Along the way we will stay a few days in Watertown. Can anyone advise what there is to see in the Lethbridge area?

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1. Re: Lethbridge & Watertown itinerary?

The main attractions that I recall in Lethbridge are the very long train bridge, Henderson Lake park and the Nikka Yuko Japanese Gardens, Fort Whoop-up, the old brewery gardens, the Galt Museum, and the restaurant that is in the top of the old water tower ( http://www.ricsgrill.com/index.php?l=9&s ).

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2. Re: Lethbridge & Watertown itinerary?

You may also want to spend a day enroute from Waterton to Lethbridge, exploring the Historic Crowsnest Pass and/or the Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump at Fort Macleod. Or the Remington Carriage Museum, in cardston.

The University of Lethbridge is truly an architectural marvel, overlooking the Oldman River above the coulee. You should make a point of driving along Scenic Drive in lethbridge to have a look.

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