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  • Aug  19, 2017

    WOS 101

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    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their history and culture by incising Rock Art on the cliffs of Writing-On-Stone. The Rock Art is composed of numerous carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs) on sandstone cliffs. Áísínai'pi is the Blackfoot word for Writing-On-Stone and means  "where the drawings are".
    • In this 1.5 hour program, a Park Interpreter provides guests with stories and interpretation of the sacred cultural landscape. Guests are then given the opportunity to see and feel authentic artifacts and traditional Blackfoot items.
    • A short bus ride then takes visitors through the park landscape to the Archaeological Preserve to view a few of the many images inscribed on the rocks. The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  19, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - Evening

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park.
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2.25 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.
    • Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 6:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  19, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Morning)

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    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 10:00 AM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  20, 2017

    WOS 101

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their history and culture by incising Rock Art on the cliffs of Writing-On-Stone. The Rock Art is composed of numerous carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs) on sandstone cliffs. Áísínai'pi is the Blackfoot word for Writing-On-Stone and means  "where the drawings are".
    • In this 1.5 hour program, a Park Interpreter provides guests with stories and interpretation of the sacred cultural landscape. Guests are then given the opportunity to see and feel authentic artifacts and traditional Blackfoot items.
    • A short bus ride then takes visitors through the park landscape to the Archaeological Preserve to view a few of the many images inscribed on the rocks. The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  20, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - Evening

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park.
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2.25 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.
    • Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 6:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  20, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Morning)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 10:00 AM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  21, 2017

    WOS 101

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their history and culture by incising Rock Art on the cliffs of Writing-On-Stone. The Rock Art is composed of numerous carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs) on sandstone cliffs. Áísínai'pi is the Blackfoot word for Writing-On-Stone and means  "where the drawings are".
    • In this 1.5 hour program, a Park Interpreter provides guests with stories and interpretation of the sacred cultural landscape. Guests are then given the opportunity to see and feel authentic artifacts and traditional Blackfoot items.
    • A short bus ride then takes visitors through the park landscape to the Archaeological Preserve to view a few of the many images inscribed on the rocks. The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  21, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - Evening

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park.
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2.25 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.
    • Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 6:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  21, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Morning)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 10:00 AM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  22, 2017

    WOS 101

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their history and culture by incising Rock Art on the cliffs of Writing-On-Stone. The Rock Art is composed of numerous carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs) on sandstone cliffs. Áísínai'pi is the Blackfoot word for Writing-On-Stone and means  "where the drawings are".
    • In this 1.5 hour program, a Park Interpreter provides guests with stories and interpretation of the sacred cultural landscape. Guests are then given the opportunity to see and feel authentic artifacts and traditional Blackfoot items.
    • A short bus ride then takes visitors through the park landscape to the Archaeological Preserve to view a few of the many images inscribed on the rocks. The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  22, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - Evening

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park.
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2.25 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.
    • Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 6:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  22, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Morning)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 10:00 AM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  23, 2017

    WOS 101

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their history and culture by incising Rock Art on the cliffs of Writing-On-Stone. The Rock Art is composed of numerous carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs) on sandstone cliffs. Áísínai'pi is the Blackfoot word for Writing-On-Stone and means  "where the drawings are".
    • In this 1.5 hour program, a Park Interpreter provides guests with stories and interpretation of the sacred cultural landscape. Guests are then given the opportunity to see and feel authentic artifacts and traditional Blackfoot items.
    • A short bus ride then takes visitors through the park landscape to the Archaeological Preserve to view a few of the many images inscribed on the rocks. The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  23, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - Evening

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park.
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2.25 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.
    • Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 6:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  23, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Morning)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 10:00 AM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  24, 2017

    WOS 101

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their history and culture by incising Rock Art on the cliffs of Writing-On-Stone. The Rock Art is composed of numerous carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs) on sandstone cliffs. Áísínai'pi is the Blackfoot word for Writing-On-Stone and means  "where the drawings are".
    • In this 1.5 hour program, a Park Interpreter provides guests with stories and interpretation of the sacred cultural landscape. Guests are then given the opportunity to see and feel authentic artifacts and traditional Blackfoot items.
    • A short bus ride then takes visitors through the park landscape to the Archaeological Preserve to view a few of the many images inscribed on the rocks. The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  24, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - Evening

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park.
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2.25 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.
    • Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 6:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  24, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Morning)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 10:00 AM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  25, 2017

    WOS 101

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their history and culture by incising Rock Art on the cliffs of Writing-On-Stone. The Rock Art is composed of numerous carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs) on sandstone cliffs. Áísínai'pi is the Blackfoot word for Writing-On-Stone and means  "where the drawings are".
    • In this 1.5 hour program, a Park Interpreter provides guests with stories and interpretation of the sacred cultural landscape. Guests are then given the opportunity to see and feel authentic artifacts and traditional Blackfoot items.
    • A short bus ride then takes visitors through the park landscape to the Archaeological Preserve to view a few of the many images inscribed on the rocks. The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  25, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - Evening

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park.
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2.25 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.
    • Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 6:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  25, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Morning)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 10:00 AM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  26, 2017

    WOS 101

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their history and culture by incising Rock Art on the cliffs of Writing-On-Stone. The Rock Art is composed of numerous carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs) on sandstone cliffs. Áísínai'pi is the Blackfoot word for Writing-On-Stone and means  "where the drawings are".
    • In this 1.5 hour program, a Park Interpreter provides guests with stories and interpretation of the sacred cultural landscape. Guests are then given the opportunity to see and feel authentic artifacts and traditional Blackfoot items.
    • A short bus ride then takes visitors through the park landscape to the Archaeological Preserve to view a few of the many images inscribed on the rocks. The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  26, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - Evening

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park.
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2.25 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.
    • Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 6:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  26, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Morning)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 10:00 AM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  27, 2017

    WOS 101

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their history and culture by incising Rock Art on the cliffs of Writing-On-Stone. The Rock Art is composed of numerous carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs) on sandstone cliffs. Áísínai'pi is the Blackfoot word for Writing-On-Stone and means  "where the drawings are".
    • In this 1.5 hour program, a Park Interpreter provides guests with stories and interpretation of the sacred cultural landscape. Guests are then given the opportunity to see and feel authentic artifacts and traditional Blackfoot items.
    • A short bus ride then takes visitors through the park landscape to the Archaeological Preserve to view a few of the many images inscribed on the rocks. The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  27, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - Evening

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park.
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2.25 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.
    • Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 6:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  27, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Morning)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 10:00 AM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  28, 2017

    WOS 101

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their history and culture by incising Rock Art on the cliffs of Writing-On-Stone. The Rock Art is composed of numerous carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs) on sandstone cliffs. Áísínai'pi is the Blackfoot word for Writing-On-Stone and means  "where the drawings are".
    • In this 1.5 hour program, a Park Interpreter provides guests with stories and interpretation of the sacred cultural landscape. Guests are then given the opportunity to see and feel authentic artifacts and traditional Blackfoot items.
    • A short bus ride then takes visitors through the park landscape to the Archaeological Preserve to view a few of the many images inscribed on the rocks. The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  28, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Morning)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 10:00 AM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  29, 2017

    WOS 101

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their history and culture by incising Rock Art on the cliffs of Writing-On-Stone. The Rock Art is composed of numerous carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs) on sandstone cliffs. Áísínai'pi is the Blackfoot word for Writing-On-Stone and means  "where the drawings are".
    • In this 1.5 hour program, a Park Interpreter provides guests with stories and interpretation of the sacred cultural landscape. Guests are then given the opportunity to see and feel authentic artifacts and traditional Blackfoot items.
    • A short bus ride then takes visitors through the park landscape to the Archaeological Preserve to view a few of the many images inscribed on the rocks. The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  29, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Morning)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 10:00 AM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  30, 2017

    WOS 101

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their history and culture by incising Rock Art on the cliffs of Writing-On-Stone. The Rock Art is composed of numerous carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs) on sandstone cliffs. Áísínai'pi is the Blackfoot word for Writing-On-Stone and means  "where the drawings are".
    • In this 1.5 hour program, a Park Interpreter provides guests with stories and interpretation of the sacred cultural landscape. Guests are then given the opportunity to see and feel authentic artifacts and traditional Blackfoot items.
    • A short bus ride then takes visitors through the park landscape to the Archaeological Preserve to view a few of the many images inscribed on the rocks. The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  30, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Morning)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 10:00 AM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  31, 2017

    WOS 101

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their history and culture by incising Rock Art on the cliffs of Writing-On-Stone. The Rock Art is composed of numerous carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs) on sandstone cliffs. Áísínai'pi is the Blackfoot word for Writing-On-Stone and means  "where the drawings are".
    • In this 1.5 hour program, a Park Interpreter provides guests with stories and interpretation of the sacred cultural landscape. Guests are then given the opportunity to see and feel authentic artifacts and traditional Blackfoot items.
    • A short bus ride then takes visitors through the park landscape to the Archaeological Preserve to view a few of the many images inscribed on the rocks. The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Aug  31, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Morning)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 10:00 AM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  01, 2017

    WOS 101

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their history and culture by incising Rock Art on the cliffs of Writing-On-Stone. The Rock Art is composed of numerous carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs) on sandstone cliffs. Áísínai'pi is the Blackfoot word for Writing-On-Stone and means  "where the drawings are".
    • In this 1.5 hour program, a Park Interpreter provides guests with stories and interpretation of the sacred cultural landscape. Guests are then given the opportunity to see and feel authentic artifacts and traditional Blackfoot items.
    • A short bus ride then takes visitors through the park landscape to the Archaeological Preserve to view a few of the many images inscribed on the rocks. The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  01, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Morning)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 10:00 AM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  02, 2017

    WOS 101

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their history and culture by incising Rock Art on the cliffs of Writing-On-Stone. The Rock Art is composed of numerous carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs) on sandstone cliffs. Áísínai'pi is the Blackfoot word for Writing-On-Stone and means  "where the drawings are".
    • In this 1.5 hour program, a Park Interpreter provides guests with stories and interpretation of the sacred cultural landscape. Guests are then given the opportunity to see and feel authentic artifacts and traditional Blackfoot items.
    • A short bus ride then takes visitors through the park landscape to the Archaeological Preserve to view a few of the many images inscribed on the rocks. The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  02, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Morning)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 10:00 AM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  03, 2017

    WOS 101

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their history and culture by incising Rock Art on the cliffs of Writing-On-Stone. The Rock Art is composed of numerous carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs) on sandstone cliffs. Áísínai'pi is the Blackfoot word for Writing-On-Stone and means  "where the drawings are".
    • In this 1.5 hour program, a Park Interpreter provides guests with stories and interpretation of the sacred cultural landscape. Guests are then given the opportunity to see and feel authentic artifacts and traditional Blackfoot items.
    • A short bus ride then takes visitors through the park landscape to the Archaeological Preserve to view a few of the many images inscribed on the rocks. The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  03, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Morning)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 10:00 AM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  04, 2017

    WOS 101

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their history and culture by incising Rock Art on the cliffs of Writing-On-Stone. The Rock Art is composed of numerous carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs) on sandstone cliffs. Áísínai'pi is the Blackfoot word for Writing-On-Stone and means  "where the drawings are".
    • In this 1.5 hour program, a Park Interpreter provides guests with stories and interpretation of the sacred cultural landscape. Guests are then given the opportunity to see and feel authentic artifacts and traditional Blackfoot items.
    • A short bus ride then takes visitors through the park landscape to the Archaeological Preserve to view a few of the many images inscribed on the rocks. The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  04, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Morning)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 10:00 AM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  05, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Afternoon)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  06, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Afternoon)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  07, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Afternoon)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  08, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Afternoon)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  09, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Morning)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 10:00 AM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  09, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Afternoon)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  10, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Morning)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 10:00 AM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  10, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Afternoon)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  11, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Afternoon)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  12, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Afternoon)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  13, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Afternoon)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  14, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Afternoon)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  15, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Afternoon)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  16, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Morning)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 10:00 AM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  16, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Afternoon)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  17, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Morning)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 10:00 AM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  17, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Afternoon)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  18, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Afternoon)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  19, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Afternoon)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  20, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Afternoon)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  21, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Afternoon)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  22, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Afternoon)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  23, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Morning)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 10:00 AM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  23, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Afternoon)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  24, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Morning)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 10:00 AM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  24, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Afternoon)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  25, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Afternoon)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  26, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Afternoon)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  27, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Afternoon)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  28, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Afternoon)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  29, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Afternoon)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  30, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Morning)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 10:00 AM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
  • Sept  30, 2017

    Rock Art Tour - All Ages (Afternoon)

    @item.Name
    • For centuries, First Nations peoples left a record of their culture by incising rock art on the cliffs of Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai'pi.  The Archaeological Preserve (Restricted Access Area) has the greatest concentration of rock art found in the park. 
    • Join a Park Interpreter for a 2 hour guided walk into the Archaeological Preserve.  Learn about the plants, animals and landscapes here, as well as the stories revealed by the rocks of Writing-on-Stone.
    • Notes:
      • The walk on this tour is low to moderately difficult.
      • This program is NOT wheelchair accessible or stroller accessible.
      • No smoking or pets are allowed on tours.
    Book It
     
    Location:  Archaeological Preserve
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Registration: 

    Online, by phone 403-647-2400 or at Visitor Centre

    Fee:  $19/Adult, $11/Youth, $7/Child (4-7 years) 
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