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- It''s very interesting and if I could, there would be one change: Be able to see the jump more clearly and have a 360 degree angle around the buffalo jump.
- It is awesome.
- I''ll be back!!!!
- It sounds very historical
- I really liked the site.
- There aren''t many things to do there.
- Not pet friendly - no where was it posted that pets were not allowed - and staff member was very rude when informing us that pets were not welcome - will not be returning
- 1998 cosmos tour from San Francisco to Vancouver - visit to HSIBJ was too short, but I took in as much as possible - an unforgettable experience to relay to all interested parties. I''m thankful I had the opportunity to visit ''off the beaten track'' missed by too many. Thank you sincerely.
- Everything…loved it so much.
- We visited the museum and walked along the edge of the cliff. The presentation was exceptional. Thanks so much.
- Like the pics.
- Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump is an archaeological site known around the world as a remarkable testimony of the life of the Plains People through the millennia. The Jump bears witness to a method of hunting practiced by native people of the North American plains for nearly 6,000 years.
Due to their excellent understanding of the regional topography and bison behaviour, native people hunted bison by stampeding them over a precipice. They then carved up the carcasses and dragged the pieces to be butchered and processed in the butchering camp set up on the flats beyond the cliffs.
- It helped me soooooooooooooooo much
- I visited here last week, that was really good. I love this place
- We look at the museum and we got to see the actual hill that they herded them off at and now I am doing a project on them at school. It was so cool.
- I honsly think its awsome
- Not dog friendly so not friendly to me
- I need to know why is it called what its called
- I went to head smashed in buffalo jump 3 years ago, I stayed in a poor camp at the base of the cliff but it still remains one of the greatest expeditions I have ever been on. I have travelled the country extensively, from Long Beach Vancouver Island to Quebec City, and though conditions were rough, this was without a doubt the best place I have ever seen. We spent days at the interpretive center, seeing story blankets and the original legal documents that shaped this part of the nation, and nights hearing the winds howl across the prairies, while deer lay in cover, at the base of the cliffs where centuries ago beasts were hearded to support the lives of so many. It was magical, surreal, more real than I think my life could ever be otherwise.
- I like head smahed in bufflo jump
- Well worth the trip and absolutely fascinating.
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