Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site of Canada

Experience the Cultural Treasures at Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site

Welcome to the real thing! Rocky Mountain House is an archaeological historic site. Enter our world with a sense of arrival. Walk in the footsteps of First Nations and fur traders. Relax in a Métis camp. Trace historic paths along the North Saskatchewan River. Indulge the imagination at authentic locations of four fur trade posts. Here, time slips away.

Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site protects and presents:

Ours is a story of trade and territory. It is a story of exploration over the Rocky Mountains. It is a story of the working, fur trade family of 200 years ago. Here, there are 76 years of stories woven together like threads of a Métis sash.