Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park

Alberta Parks

Visitor Centre Trail

Day Use is permitted. Outhouse facilities are open where feasible - be prepared with your own hand sanitizer and toilet paper. Campgrounds open, starting June 1 at 50% capacity. Second RV units will not be permitted on campsites. We are monitoring our actions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and will adjust as needed.

    The trail provides visual access to the hoodoos, which are rock formations that are sculpted when the rock is eroded primarily by frost and wind-directed rain, along with the Milk River valley, and the Sweet Grass Hills in Montana.

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Trailhead:
    Length:0.34km
    Type:Out-and-Back
    Difficulty
    ActivitiesHikingHiking,Hiking (Winter)
    Trail Map Campground Map
    Accessibility
    Average Grade3.8%
    Cross SlopeInsignificant
    Accessible Length0.2 km (Includes trail from parking lot to visitor centre and sidewalk)
    Trail Width1.5m - 2m+
    Surface TypeConcrete,Manufactured Fines
    Obstacles

    Not cleared in the winter

    Trails  Writing-on-Stone PP  - All Parks
    Updated: Oct 11, 2019