One such place is Head Smashed in Buffalo Jump .
This particular buffalo jump was used by the Blackfoot tribes for almost 3000 years.
Here's the view from the top:
And the view from the bottom:
The museum at the site was really well done and I learned quite a bit of local history that I didn't know! (Did you know that when the Europeans came to Canada, they would look for buffalo jumps and mine the base of the cliffs for the phosphurus found in the bones?) I was also able to pick up a stone tool identification book and some archaeology field reports from the Lethbridge Arcaeology Association.
Here's a few more of my favorite photos from the trip: