Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site of Canada

Natural Wonders & Cultural Treasures

Natural Wonders
Sparrow Hawk
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Both Aboriginal people and fur traders recognized the importance of wildlife and plants. In the isolated posts at Rocky Mountain House, survival depended upon living off the land.

Cultural Treasures

We invite you to enter our world... History is always changing. There are still many mysteries to solve. . .

Experience the Cultural Treasures at Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site

Archaeology at Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site 

  • The First and the Last
  • Archaeology at the Site Today

Unearthing History at Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site 

Metis Presentation
© Parks Canada
  • Two Fur Trade Companies
  • Aboriginal Trade at Rocky Mountain House
  • David Thompson and Exploration Westward

Delving Deeper at Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site

Scott Stephen, Western Service Centre, Parks Canada

Fur Trade At Your Fingertips  Western Service Centre, Parks Canada

Fur Trade Related Links 

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