Belly River

The Belly River flows north from U.S. Glacier National Park into Canada's Waterton Lakes National Park and then northeast out of the park towards the Oldman River in Alberta.

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Latitude: 49.525879 Longitude: -113.275909 Elevation: 3155 ft

Access to Lake or River

Paved Road

Fishing Highlights

The most accessible trout angling is within Waterton Lakes National Park. The Belly River Campground is an excellent base for angling the river, within and without the park. The North Fork Belly River and its tributaries are closed to fishing. A national park fishing permit is required for fishing in the national park, and is available at the information centre and other outlets in the community of Waterton. For more information,  visit http://www.pc.gc.ca/eng/pn-np/ab/waterton/activ/activ1/d.aspx.

Paddling Highlights

The portion of the Belly River inside Waterton Lakes National Park provides the best starting point for paddling adventures. The Belly River Campground provides an excellent point of departure.

Boat Access Locations

For 30 km of Grade II river, put-in at the bridge where Provincial Highway 6 crosses the river. Take-out at Secondary Highway 800 bridge. Belly River Campground users can put in at the campground itself.

Fishing Access Highlights

Start right inside the Belly River Campground and work up or downstream.

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