The bison bones buried below the cliff illustrate the way of life of these people and their practice of traditional hunting.This is one of the most extensive and well-preserved hunting sites in North America.
The other part is Glacier National Park in Montana, United States.
The park is known for its distinctive climate, which gives way to its abundant plants and wildlife and its interesting topography of prairie and mountains.
The province of Alberta in Canada is a world-renowned travel destination.
It has a lot to offer to its visitors: the magnificence of the Canadian Rockies, the vastness of its wilderness and prairie, as well as beautiful winters.
Hiking and paddling are tourists' favorite activities.
You can also take pleasure in seeing the Red Rock Canyon, which features a scarlet canyon and river bed, and the Buffalo Paddock where you can observe buffalo herd in their natural environment.
Sunwapta Falls, one of the many waterfalls in Jasper, trails leading to the beautiful peak of Mt.
Edith Cavell, the only sand dunes in the Canadian Rockies in Jasper Lake, the glaciers of Athabasca; these are all to be experienced first-hand.
There are also numerous mammal species that are said to be living in this ecosystem which include black bear, grey wolf, lynx and even the Arctic fox.
The park also features the largest inland delta in the world, the Peace-Athabasca Delta, where three rivers converge: the Peace, Athabasca and Slave rivers.
It encompasses a vast wilderness area that is home to threatened species such as the world's largest herd of wood bison, thus the name, and the whooping crane.