Kakwa Wildland Park
Kakwa Wildland Park is a provincial park in the Rocky Mountain Foothills just east of the northern Canadian Rockies, in Alberta, Canada, immediately east of the border with British Columbia at the 120th meridian west. The park is home to Alberta's tallest waterfall, the Kakwa Falls, which is 30 metres tall.
It adjoins Willmore Wilderness Park and British Columbia's Kakwa Provincial Park and Protected Area and together with them comprises the first interprovincial park shared between BC and Alberta.
It takes the name from Kakwa, the Cree word for porcupine.