Titan -Cataract Creek
The Southern Rockies are characterized by distinct Eastern Slopes and Foothills terrain. Rivers tend to flow through sedimentary bedrock giving them a very unique and fun character. As you travel further south towards Waterton you find some of the oldest uncovered sedimentary rock in the Rocky Mountains and the character of the rivers changes accordingly. Some of these runs provide quite a contrast from the glacially fed, boulder strewn streams you find in the Central Rockies.
The paddling is excellent in this region, but be sure to catch it early. Most of it is snow pack and groundwater dependent, and runoff can be done for the season as early as June, around Calgary, and earlier as you go South. Over the last several years the snow packs have been smaller and the run-off earlier so don't miss out.