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It's Hoodoo Country As You Head Towards Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park

Milk River Canoe Trip Over 3 Days

The Milk River, named for its milky colour by Lewis and Clark back in 1805, flows north out of Montana into southern Alberta and then back into Montana again. Over its 1,173 km length, there is a fantastic section that can easily be done as a 3 day canoe trip beginning in the town of Milk River, Alberta. Canoe trip on the Milk River logistics John and I rented a canoe from Ken Brown of…

Hoodoo Country In Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park

Writing on Stone Provincial Park for a Visit

If you want a history lesson that beats anything you've ever had in school, visit Writing on Stone Provincial Park in the southeast corner of Alberta (it's called Áísínai’pi by the Blackfoot, meaning where the writings are). But before you go, sign up online for a two hour rock art tour so you can see a large number of rock art paintings, most of which are 500 to 1000 years old. In fact the park boasts the largest concentration of rock…

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