In the valley of the Milk River, 100 km (62 mi) southeast of Lethbridge is Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park Provincial Park and Áísínai´pi, (meaning, it is pictured/written) National Historic Site. This special corner of Alberta contains the largest collection of rock art in North America. Petroglyphs and pictographs carved and painted on sandstone walls record the history of the Blackfoot and Shoshone, dating back thousands of years. Feel the mystery of this sacred ground where all were given shelter. Book a guided tour with First Nations interpreters. Learn through drum and dance about a way of life that changed very little over the millennia. Near the river, indulge in comfort camping.
Climbing rocks in Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park