Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park

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Rock Art of Áísínai'pi

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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).


Total Length of Program: 1.5 hours


Difficulty: Low to moderately difficult walk involves some stairs with no handrails. Walking tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length over the period of 1 hour.

Wheelchair accessible: No

Stroller accessible: No


Ages: Content recommended for ages 8 and up. 5 and under may be restricted based on extreme heat conditions.

Note: No smoking or pets allowed in the preserve or on tours.

Participants of this program are required to wear masks at all times while on the tour bus. They also have the option of following behind the bus in their own vehicle. Please note we are not able to accommodate trailers or motorhomes on our tours. Pets are not permitted in the preserve and due to extreme heat conditions, are not allowed to be left in vehicles in the preserve. Vehicles cannot be left running in the preserve due to the fire hazard.


The content of this program is recommended for individuals ages 8 and up. Please note that children 5 years and under may not be allowed on afternoon tours in heat conditions that exceed 26°C. This is at the interpreter's discretion

Due to the reduced capacity of our programs, we recommend booking in advance to guarantee your spots. In light of that, we have reduced our booking fee from $8 to $5.

All participants will need to arrive at the Visitor Centre a minimum of 15-20 minutes in advance of their program start time to pick up their tickets. Please use washrooms and fill water bottles before your departure time.


We are not responsible for missed programs; if you miss your program departure time, we will not be able to accommodate catching you up with your program due to limited staff and locked gates. We will not provide a refund for missed programs.


Be prepared for this program:

For your safety and comfort, please bring 1 litre of water, sunscreen, hat and insect repellent. Note footwear restrictions on this program: participants must wear sturdy closed toe and heel footwear; NO sandals or flip-flops allowed due to uneven surfaces and cacti.

Hand Sanitizer is recommended, as we do not have access to running water during the programs. You may also wish to bring a facemask for this program.


Program Cancellations:

In the event of rain, wet conditions, unsafe road conditions, or other conditions that threaten the safety and comfort of participants, programs may be cancelled or replaced with alternate programs at the regular ticket price. Content of program is the same or similar. Refunds are available if visitors choose not to participate in the alternate program.


Cancellation Policy:

Participants may cancel up to 24 hours before the event and receive a refund of their program fee, however the $5 booking fee is non-refundable. Events cancelled by the participant with less than 24 hours notice will not be refunded. Program cancellations may only be done by calling (403) 647-2364.


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