Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park

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  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Thursday, August 5, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Thursday, August 5, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató’si's Path - Guided Morning Tour

    Thursday, August 5, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 9:00am
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Friday, August 6, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Friday, August 6, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató’si's Path - Guided Morning Tour

    Friday, August 6, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 9:00am
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Saturday, August 7, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató’si's Path - Guided Morning Tour

    Saturday, August 7, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 9:00am
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató’si's Path - Guided Late Afternoon Tour

    Saturday, August 7, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 4:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Sunday, August 8, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Sunday, August 8, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Monday, August 9, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Monday, August 9, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Tuesday, August 10, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Tuesday, August 10, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Wednesday, August 11, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Wednesday, August 11, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Thursday, August 12, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Thursday, August 12, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató’si's Path - Guided Morning Tour

    Thursday, August 12, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 9:00am
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Friday, August 13, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Friday, August 13, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató’si's Path - Guided Morning Tour

    Friday, August 13, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 9:00am
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Saturday, August 14, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató’si's Path - Guided Morning Tour

    Saturday, August 14, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 9:00am
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató’si's Path - Guided Late Afternoon Tour

    Saturday, August 14, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 4:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Sunday, August 15, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Sunday, August 15, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Monday, August 16, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Monday, August 16, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Tuesday, August 17, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Tuesday, August 17, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Wednesday, August 18, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Wednesday, August 18, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Thursday, August 19, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Thursday, August 19, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató’si's Path - Guided Morning Tour

    Thursday, August 19, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 9:00am
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Friday, August 20, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Friday, August 20, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató’si's Path - Guided Morning Tour

    Friday, August 20, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 9:00am
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Saturday, August 21, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató’si's Path - Guided Morning Tour

    Saturday, August 21, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 9:00am
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató’si's Path - Guided Late Afternoon Tour

    Saturday, August 21, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 4:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Sunday, August 22, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Sunday, August 22, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Monday, August 23, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Monday, August 23, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Tuesday, August 24, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Tuesday, August 24, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Wednesday, August 25, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Wednesday, August 25, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Thursday, August 26, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Thursday, August 26, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató’si's Path - Guided Morning Tour

    Thursday, August 26, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 9:00am
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Friday, August 27, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Friday, August 27, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató’si's Path - Guided Morning Tour

    Friday, August 27, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 9:00am
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Saturday, August 28, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató’si's Path - Guided Morning Tour

    Saturday, August 28, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 9:00am
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató’si's Path - Guided Late Afternoon Tour

    Saturday, August 28, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 4:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Sunday, August 29, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Sunday, August 29, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Monday, August 30, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Monday, August 30, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Tuesday, August 31, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Tuesday, August 31, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Wednesday, September 1, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Wednesday, September 1, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Thursday, September 2, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Thursday, September 2, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató’si's Path - Guided Morning Tour

    Thursday, September 2, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 9:00am
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Friday, September 3, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Friday, September 3, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató’si's Path - Guided Morning Tour

    Friday, September 3, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 9:00am
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Saturday, September 4, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Saturday, September 4, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató’si's Path - Guided Morning Tour

    Saturday, September 4, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 9:00am
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató’si's Path - Guided Late Afternoon Tour

    Saturday, September 4, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 4:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi

    Sunday, September 5, 2021

    The cultural landscape of Writing-on-Stone/ Áísínai'pi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, integrates the natural environment, cultural features, human experiences and spiritual perceptions into one. Here in this unique setting, Indigenous people came for centuries and recorded their experiences and visions on the sandstone cliffs of the Milk River Valley. This extensive rock art collection depicts generations of knowledge, traditions and history. Join a Park Interpreter for a guided walking tour of the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs).

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended.

     

    Where: Leaves from the Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató'si's Path - Guided Tour

    Sunday, September 5, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 2:30pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató’si's Path - Guided Late Afternoon Tour

    Friday, September 17, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 4:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató’si's Path - Guided Late Afternoon Tour

    Saturday, September 18, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 4:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató’si's Path - Guided Late Afternoon Tour

    Friday, September 24, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 4:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child
  • Naató’si's Path - Guided Late Afternoon Tour

    Saturday, September 25, 2021

    Naató’si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató’si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art. 

    Participants can now join the interpreter on the bus - masks are required at all times on the bus. If you prefer - please check with the Visitor Centre for drive-behind options. Pets are not permitted on programs or in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions are not allowed to be left in vehicles, during tours - please plan ahead when traveling with pets. 

    The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. 

    Afternoon tour conditions where air temperatures exceed 28°C are often 10 degrees hotter (38°C +) in the preserve - please exercise extreme caution and prepare yourself accordingly for these extreme heat conditions.

    Due to limited space on tours, pre-booking is strongly recommended. 

    When: 4:00pm
    Fee: $19/ adult, $12/youth, $8/child