ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE
Immerse yourself in nine authentic Indigenous cultures at this former fur-trading post along the confluence of the mighty North Saskatchewan and Clearwater rivers, where 200 years of fur trade heritage have been brought to life. Play traditional Blackfoot games or cook bannock (unleavened bread) using just a stick and an open campfire. Tap your toes in harmony with a local drummer or dancer, or learn to make an authentic Native dream catcher. Bed down for the night in a teepee or Métis trapper’s tent under a canopy of stars. Step into the wide-bottomed York boats built to navigate the northern trading routes, or check out the authentic Red River carts that brought Métis settlers West across Saskatchewan and Manitoba (www.parkscanada.gc.ca/ rockymountainhouse).