Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park

Alberta Parks

Events

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  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Friday, August 19, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Friday, August 19, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • UNESCO Rock Art Tour - PM

    Friday, August 19, 2022

    Join an Alberta Park's interpreter on a journey through the archaeological preserve where you will investigate some panels of prehistoric images. On this 1.5-hour tour you will learn about the significance of the UNESCO designation, rock art as a world wide phenomena, and the Blackfoot cultural history that makes Writing-on-Stone stand out amongst its UNESCO rock art peers.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 4:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • On Our Way to Áísínai’pi Theatre Show - 8:00pm

    Friday, August 19, 2022

    Looking for action and adventure? Join 'Louise' and 'Clark' as they set out on a daring expedition to Áísínai’pi! On this journey you will come upon the geological wonders of the park, the amazing wildlife that call this place home, the sacred images of the Blackfoot People, and the secrets that are hiding in the hoodoos.

     

    Where: Day Use Amphitheatre
    When: 8:00pm (Approximately 45 minutes)
    Fee: Free
  • Áísínai’pi Campfire Stories

    Saturday, August 20, 2022

    Join Blackfoot Elder and park interpreter Saa’kokoto to hear stories about the matápiiksi, also known as the hoodoos, and other mysteries of the land.

    Where: Day Use Amphitheatre
    When: 7:00pm
    Fee: Free
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Saturday, August 20, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Saturday, August 20, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Naató’si’s Path (1.5 hour program) 3:30 pm

    Saturday, August 20, 2022
    Naató’si’s Path (1.5 hour program) 3:30 pm

    Naató'si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5 hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató'si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 3:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • UNESCO Rock Art Tour - AM

    Saturday, August 20, 2022

    Join an Alberta Park's interpreter on a journey through the archaeological preserve where you will investigate some panels of prehistoric images. On this 1.5-hour tour you will learn about the significance of the UNESCO designation, rock art as a world wide phenomena, and the Blackfoot cultural history that makes Writing-on-Stone stand out amongst its UNESCO rock art peers.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 11:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art Tour (2 Hour Program)

    Sunday, August 21, 2022
    Rock Art Tour (2 Hour Program)

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi (first people) are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). This 2 hour tour provides an in-depth look at the rock art, providing both indigenous and western scientific points of view.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 6:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $24.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $15.00, Children (3-6 years old): $9.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Sunday, August 21, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Sunday, August 21, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Naató’si’s Path (1.5 hour program)

    Sunday, August 21, 2022
    Naató’si’s Path (1.5 hour program)

    Naató'si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5 hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató'si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art Tour (2 Hour Program)

    Monday, August 22, 2022
    Rock Art Tour (2 Hour Program)

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi (first people) are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). This 2 hour tour provides an in-depth look at the rock art, providing both indigenous and western scientific points of view.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 6:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $24.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $15.00, Children (3-6 years old): $9.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Monday, August 22, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Monday, August 22, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Tuesday, August 23, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Tuesday, August 23, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • On Our Way to Áísínai’pi Theatre Show - 7:00pm

    Tuesday, August 23, 2022

    Looking for action and adventure? Join 'Louise' and 'Clark' as they set out on a daring expedition to Áísínai’pi! On this journey you will come upon the geological wonders of the park, the amazing wildlife that call this place home, the sacred images of the Blackfoot People, and the secrets that are hiding in the hoodoos.

     

    Where: Day Use Amphitheatre
    When: 7:00pm (Approximately 45 minutes)
    Fee: Free
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Wednesday, August 24, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Wednesday, August 24, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • UNESCO Rock Art Tour - PM

    Wednesday, August 24, 2022

    Join an Alberta Park's interpreter on a journey through the archaeological preserve where you will investigate some panels of prehistoric images. On this 1.5-hour tour you will learn about the significance of the UNESCO designation, rock art as a world wide phenomena, and the Blackfoot cultural history that makes Writing-on-Stone stand out amongst its UNESCO rock art peers.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 4:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art Tour (2 Hour Program)

    Thursday, August 25, 2022
    Rock Art Tour (2 Hour Program)

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi (first people) are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). This 2 hour tour provides an in-depth look at the rock art, providing both indigenous and western scientific points of view.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 6:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $24.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $15.00, Children (3-6 years old): $9.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Thursday, August 25, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Thursday, August 25, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Naató’si’s Path (1.5 hour program) 3:30 pm

    Thursday, August 25, 2022
    Naató’si’s Path (1.5 hour program) 3:30 pm

    Naató'si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5 hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató'si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 3:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Friday, August 26, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Friday, August 26, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • UNESCO Rock Art Tour - PM

    Friday, August 26, 2022

    Join an Alberta Park's interpreter on a journey through the archaeological preserve where you will investigate some panels of prehistoric images. On this 1.5-hour tour you will learn about the significance of the UNESCO designation, rock art as a world wide phenomena, and the Blackfoot cultural history that makes Writing-on-Stone stand out amongst its UNESCO rock art peers.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 4:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • On Our Way to Áísínai’pi Theatre Show - 7:00pm

    Friday, August 26, 2022

    Looking for action and adventure? Join 'Louise' and 'Clark' as they set out on a daring expedition to Áísínai’pi! On this journey you will come upon the geological wonders of the park, the amazing wildlife that call this place home, the sacred images of the Blackfoot People, and the secrets that are hiding in the hoodoos.

     

    Where: Day Use Amphitheatre
    When: 7:00pm (Approximately 45 minutes)
    Fee: Free
  • Áísínai’pi Campfire Stories

    Saturday, August 27, 2022

    Join Blackfoot Elder and park interpreter Saa’kokoto to hear stories about the matápiiksi, also known as the hoodoos, and other mysteries of the land.

    Where: Day Use Amphitheatre
    When: 7:00pm
    Fee: Free
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Saturday, August 27, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Saturday, August 27, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Naató’si’s Path (1.5 hour program) 3:30 pm

    Saturday, August 27, 2022
    Naató’si’s Path (1.5 hour program) 3:30 pm

    Naató'si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5 hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató'si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 3:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • UNESCO Rock Art Tour - AM

    Saturday, August 27, 2022

    Join an Alberta Park's interpreter on a journey through the archaeological preserve where you will investigate some panels of prehistoric images. On this 1.5-hour tour you will learn about the significance of the UNESCO designation, rock art as a world wide phenomena, and the Blackfoot cultural history that makes Writing-on-Stone stand out amongst its UNESCO rock art peers.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 11:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art Tour (2 Hour Program)

    Sunday, August 28, 2022
    Rock Art Tour (2 Hour Program)

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi (first people) are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). This 2 hour tour provides an in-depth look at the rock art, providing both indigenous and western scientific points of view.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 6:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $24.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $15.00, Children (3-6 years old): $9.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Sunday, August 28, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Sunday, August 28, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Naató’si’s Path (1.5 hour program)

    Sunday, August 28, 2022
    Naató’si’s Path (1.5 hour program)

    Naató'si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5 hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató'si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art Tour (2 Hour Program)

    Monday, August 29, 2022
    Rock Art Tour (2 Hour Program)

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi (first people) are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). This 2 hour tour provides an in-depth look at the rock art, providing both indigenous and western scientific points of view.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 6:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $24.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $15.00, Children (3-6 years old): $9.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Monday, August 29, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Monday, August 29, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Tuesday, August 30, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Tuesday, August 30, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • On Our Way to Áísínai’pi Theatre Show - 7:00pm

    Tuesday, August 30, 2022

    Looking for action and adventure? Join 'Louise' and 'Clark' as they set out on a daring expedition to Áísínai’pi! On this journey you will come upon the geological wonders of the park, the amazing wildlife that call this place home, the sacred images of the Blackfoot People, and the secrets that are hiding in the hoodoos.

     

    Where: Day Use Amphitheatre
    When: 7:00pm (Approximately 45 minutes)
    Fee: Free
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Wednesday, August 31, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Wednesday, August 31, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • UNESCO Rock Art Tour - PM

    Wednesday, August 31, 2022

    Join an Alberta Park's interpreter on a journey through the archaeological preserve where you will investigate some panels of prehistoric images. On this 1.5-hour tour you will learn about the significance of the UNESCO designation, rock art as a world wide phenomena, and the Blackfoot cultural history that makes Writing-on-Stone stand out amongst its UNESCO rock art peers.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 4:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art Tour (2 Hour Program)

    Thursday, September 1, 2022
    Rock Art Tour (2 Hour Program)

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi (first people) are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). This 2 hour tour provides an in-depth look at the rock art, providing both indigenous and western scientific points of view.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 6:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $24.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $15.00, Children (3-6 years old): $9.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Thursday, September 1, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Thursday, September 1, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Naató’si’s Path (1.5 hour program) 3:30 pm

    Thursday, September 1, 2022
    Naató’si’s Path (1.5 hour program) 3:30 pm

    Naató'si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5 hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató'si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 3:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Friday, September 2, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Friday, September 2, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • UNESCO Rock Art Tour - PM

    Friday, September 2, 2022

    Join an Alberta Park's interpreter on a journey through the archaeological preserve where you will investigate some panels of prehistoric images. On this 1.5-hour tour you will learn about the significance of the UNESCO designation, rock art as a world wide phenomena, and the Blackfoot cultural history that makes Writing-on-Stone stand out amongst its UNESCO rock art peers.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 4:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • On Our Way to Áísínai’pi Theatre Show - 7:00pm

    Friday, September 2, 2022

    Looking for action and adventure? Join 'Louise' and 'Clark' as they set out on a daring expedition to Áísínai’pi! On this journey you will come upon the geological wonders of the park, the amazing wildlife that call this place home, the sacred images of the Blackfoot People, and the secrets that are hiding in the hoodoos.

     

    Where: Day Use Amphitheatre
    When: 7:00pm (Approximately 45 minutes)
    Fee: Free
  • Áísínai’pi Campfire Stories

    Saturday, September 3, 2022

    Join Blackfoot Elder and park interpreter Saa’kokoto to hear stories about the matápiiksi, also known as the hoodoos, and other mysteries of the land.

    Where: Day Use Amphitheatre
    When: 7:00pm
    Fee: Free
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Saturday, September 3, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Saturday, September 3, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Naató’si’s Path (1.5 hour program) 3:30 pm

    Saturday, September 3, 2022
    Naató’si’s Path (1.5 hour program) 3:30 pm

    Naató'si (the sun) gives light and life to Na'a (Mother Earth) and her inhabitants. Join a park interpreter for a 1.5 hour tour that looks at Blackfoot ways of life at Áísínai'pi and the importance of Naató'si in Blackfoot storytelling. It also explores the sun theme in the rock art.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 3:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • UNESCO Rock Art Tour - AM

    Saturday, September 3, 2022

    Join an Alberta Park's interpreter on a journey through the archaeological preserve where you will investigate some panels of prehistoric images. On this 1.5-hour tour you will learn about the significance of the UNESCO designation, rock art as a world wide phenomena, and the Blackfoot cultural history that makes Writing-on-Stone stand out amongst its UNESCO rock art peers.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 11:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Sunday, September 4, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Sunday, September 4, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Monday, September 5, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - AM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00
  • Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Monday, September 5, 2022
    Rock Art of Áísínai’pi (1.5 hour program) - PM

    Join a Park Interpreter at Canada's 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site for a guided walking tour in the Archaeological Preserve where the history, stories and the language of the Niitisippi people are woven together to provide insight into the meaning of the carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictographs). The tour is a low to moderate walk - it involves some stairs with no handrails. Tour is approximately 4-6 city blocks in length, completed over the period of an hour.

    Where: Writing-on-Stone Visitor Centre
    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 and older): $21.00, Youth (7-17 years old): $13.50, Children (3-6 years old): $8.00, Infant (0-2 years old): $0.00