When I first visited Head-Smashed-In in the early 1960s it was like hundreds of other cliffs in the Porcupine Hills.
Today, with a multi-million dollar interpretive centre built into the cliff and UNESCO Heritage Site designation it is considered the biggest, oldest and best-preserved buffalo jump in North America.
Native storytellers relate the story of Peter Fidler's journey.
Inside, the heritage centre the latest technical gadgets help one explore the story of the plains Indian culture.

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