World heritage site that totally lives up to its status. From the approach you could easy be misled into thinking there was very little to see but once inside you are given a fantastic inside into the history and development of the First Nations people and their dependence on the buffalo/bison. All was brought to life by the videos and re-enactment of the buffalo hunts. Worthwhile taking both the higher and lower walks to see the jump from both sides - prairie wind and crickets add to the experience
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