The Cypress Hills Destination Area welcomes visitors with truly amazing scenery and a variety of activities that the entire family can enjoy, regardless of the season! The Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park is a unique and ruggedly beautiful area, with forests, fields, and streams to enjoy; go camping, hiking, fly fishing, or just relax. The park is also a Dark-Sky Preserve – one of the largest in North America – so there is no better place for watching the night sky and maybe catching a meteor shower.
We offer scheduled and customized tours
The Park spans the South East corner of Alberta and the South West corner of Saskatchewan.
The Cypress Hills, which were never glaciated, have a rich and exciting history. They are known as an erosional plateau, having been formed by millions of years of sedimentary deposition followed by millions of years of erosion. An archaeology project started in the 1970’s at the Stampede Site near the Elkwater townsite, has revealed human inhabitation of the hills for more than 8,500 years.
This one-day tour in the Cypress Hills will invigorate you, and push your boundaries.
You will participate in activities such as hiking, kayaking, and goat yoga!
$150.00 plus GST per person based on four people
Tour is offered in the summer months – June to August
Activity level – moderate
This is an FIT – activities only included in the price (how do you word that in the positive)
Tours and events in Cypress Hills destination area