While the Hikers are Away, The Animals Will Play

grizzly bear scratching on a tree in waterton national park

See how the animals take advantage of a human-free trail and use it for an easy travel route shown in this cool time lapse video.

This time lapse video from a trail camera in Waterton Lakes National Park spans over a four-month period when the area was closed to hikers as a result of flood damage. See how the animals took advantage of a human-free trail and used it for an easy travel route.

Watch how the bears really love rubbing against the tree along the trail.

You will be amazed at the great animals that use the same waterton lakes park trails that we do!

Thanks to Parks Canada for this great video.



Alicja is an economist, enjoys climbing, mountaineering, backcountry skiing, cycling and gets out into the backcountry as much as possible. See all of Alicja's Blog Posts
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