Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park

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Waterton Glacier International Peace Park
GlacierNP L7 20010701.jpg
Landsat 7 image of Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park
LocationAlberta, Canada and Montana, United States
Coordinates49°00′00″N 113°55′00″W / 49.00000°N 113.91667°W / 49.00000; -113.91667Coordinates: 49°00′00″N 113°55′00″W / 49.00000°N 113.91667°W / 49.00000; -113.91667
FormedJune 18, 1932
Governing bodyParks Canada, U.S. National Park Service
TypeNatural
Criteriavii, ix
Designated1995 (19th session)
Reference No.354
State PartyCanada and the United States
RegionEurope and North America
Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park is located in North America
Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park
Location of Waterton Glacier International Peace Park in North America
 
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Waterton Glacier International Peace Park
GlacierNP L7 20010701.jpg
Landsat 7 image of Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park
LocationAlberta, Canada and Montana, United States
Coordinates49°00′00″N 113°55′00″W / 49.00000°N 113.91667°W / 49.00000; -113.91667Coordinates: 49°00′00″N 113°55′00″W / 49.00000°N 113.91667°W / 49.00000; -113.91667
FormedJune 18, 1932
Governing bodyParks Canada, U.S. National Park Service
TypeNatural
Criteriavii, ix
Designated1995 (19th session)
Reference No.354
State PartyCanada and the United States
RegionEurope and North America
Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park is located in North America
Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park
Location of Waterton Glacier International Peace Park in North America

The Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park is the name of the union of the Waterton Lakes National Park in Canada and the Glacier National Park in the United States. Both parks are declared Biosphere Reserves by UNESCO and their union as a World Heritage Site.

The union of the parks was achieved through the efforts of Rotary International members from Alberta and Montana, on June 18, 1932. The dedication address was given by Sir Charles Arthur Mander, 2nd Baronet.

Visitors should note that the two parks are administered separately and have separate entrance fees.

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