Join us in a scenic journey to the native past! We will travel
to Southern Alberta, with a stop at the Nanton Air Museum, (this
was the area where World War 2 pilots were trained), then a visit
to the World Heritage Site, Head-Smashed-in Buffalo Jump, one of
the oldest buffalo jumps in North America.
After lunch we will drive through the rolling Porcupine Hills and
see Lundbreck Falls on the Crowsnest River. We then travel to the
Frank Slide where in 1903 the mountain fell on the town of Frank
and left such devastation that you can still see where the slide
stopped nearly 100 years ago.
We pass through old coal mining towns on our way back and travel
up Hwy. 22 to the Chain Lakes, with a short break for pictures
and then go by the historic Bar-U Ranch, where Henry Longabough
also known as the Sundance Kid, broke horses before joining up with
We then go through Longview, where Clint Eastwood made the movie,
"The Unforgiven" and up to Black Diamond and Turner Valley
where oil was discovered in the 1920's. This journey goes through
some of the most scenic spots in southern Alberta.
"The best tour of Southern Alberta available!"
Length: 8 hours.
Price: $130.00 (includes admission to Buffalo Jump Interpretive Centre)