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This is one of only three Jumps surviving in the state. It was however disappointing after we had visited the excellent First Peoples Buffalo Jump also in Montana. Whilst signage is good to get there, you follow a dirt road for 7 miles to end...More
We went here not knowing what to expect, well it is a cliff. Some minor hiking and some beautiful pictures of the prairie. Nice historic spot about buffalo and how they hunted them 200 years ago. If you have time one here, it’s about 20...More
We visited the Buffalo Jump State Park as a family. As someone who appreciates and reads history, I found it very interesting. It is easy to find, but just be aware that you will travel on a dirt road for a bit. There was plenty...More
I had no idea what a buffalo jump was before this visit. Native Americans drove a herd of buffalo up and over the high blind bluff where they would fall to their death. Then they would harvest the meat for food, hides for shelter, clothing,...More
Not sure what people expect...its off the beaten path, and a 1/4 mile to a resting place...the interpretive kiosk. The path is dirt and a bit of an incline up. I use a cane and was able to make it. There are many other paths...More
Recommend taking the hike up to the ledge the views of wild flowers on the way up are beautiful, and the view at the top is so peaceful. On the way back down I visited the area with the history of the land, very informative....More
What a great experience this was. After learning about this in my history class, I got to experience for myself.
I did the 1 mile hike up, definitely need good sturdy shoes, bug spray and may be long pants as it is rattlesnake territory.
This place is one of the best historical open and natural Montana State Parks around. The history of the Indian practice of channeling and running huge herds of buffalo down over a cliff to their death, in order to harvest the hides, meat, bone and...More