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The Mountain Metis and first Nations of the Jasper National Park area were known as the Asiniwuche Winewak, which means the Rocky Mountain People in Cree. We lived off the land as Hunters and gatherers and later became guides and scouts; we depended on the use of trail horses and packhorses to survive. In this program, we share some of the skills that were crucial for our survival, and hope that all our visitors take away useful skills that will serve them in life. Get up close and personal with a program that gives you horseback skills and confidence to be in the backcountry
Hike through a narrow canyon and see how water in its many forms has shaped the mountains over time. After reaching the back of the canyon, go further and explore the ink pots, a great day out covering 11.6 km with 215 m elevation gain.
Taking safety measures
Social distancing enforced throughout experience
Gear/equipment sanitized between use
Guides required to regularly wash hands
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