Writing-on-Stone is a sacred landscape: a place of special spiritual significance to the Blackfoot people who hunted and traveled these great plains for thousands of years.
The Blackfoot’s long and intimate relationship with the land is revealed by an inspiring wealth of First Nations carvings, petroglyphs, paintings and pictographs that cover the faces of sheer sandstone cliffs.
First created as a Provincial Park in 1957, the archaeological preserve was established in 1977 to ensure the protection of the largest concentration of rock art on the North American plains.
Map of Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park
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Places near Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park
- Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump 102 miles away
- Waterton Lakes National Park 106 miles away
- Claresholm 110 miles away
- Dinosaur Provincial Park 117 miles away
- Fernie 158 miles away
- Calgary 175 miles away
- Kyle 201 miles away
- Canmore 216 miles away
- The Purcell Mountains 217 miles away
- Banff 228 miles away
- The Kootenays 236 miles away
- Lake Louise 259 miles away
- Yoho National Park 265 miles away
- Field 269 miles away