My friend Jesse and I go for our annual Waterton Lakes National Park camping trip, this year for three nights. We stay at the Crandell Mountain Campground for our stay, at site A6. Our first day it rained a lot, so we didn't do a lot. The rain was a good test for my new North Face Stormbreak 3 tent, which held up perfect in the bad weather. On the second day we traveled down the Akamina Parkway to do the Rowe Lakes Hike. The hike takes us to the Lower Rowe Lake, and then to the Upper Rowe Lake with a total round-trip distance of around 13 kilometers. Our next day features kayaking on Cameron Lake, and exploring Lost Horse Creek. Before we leave on day 4 we rent a surrey from Pat's, and build a fort on the Middle Waterton Lake.