First Peoples Buffalo Jump
Trail Miles: 3
Difficulty: Moderately Strenuous, 500 feet elevation gain and loss
Group Size: 25
Meeting Time and Place: Depart from Paris Gibson Square in Great Falls at 9:15 a.m. or at the park visitor center west of Ulm at 10:00 a.m.
Leaders: First Peoples Buffalo Jump Park Ranger and Ralph Knapp

Hike with a Montana State Parks ranger to the top of First Peoples Buffalo Jump on this guided tour along a 3-mile roundtrip interpretive trail. During the hike you’ll learn about the jump’s history and how the First Peoples survived here long ago. The hike will begin and end at the park’s visitor center. Participants should dress for the weather, bring water, snack if desired, a hat, and wear appropriate footwear. The hike will last about 2.5 hours.
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