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Drumheller-Valley-Tourist-Map.jpg (3225×1836) The Paleo Puzzlers program runs from 3:00 p.m. - 4:15 p.m. on Saturdays starting June 22 and on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in July and August (until August 24). Check online for specific dates/times. Get ready to investigate real fossils just like a palaeontologist! This program will challenge your skills as amateur palaeontologists as you inspect and handle real plant and animal fossils from the park. Working together, you'll build a picture of the ancient Cretaceous community and gain understanding of what the world was like during the time of the dinosaurs. Notes This 1.25 hour, indoor program is designed for families.'s-bus-tour.aspx. The Explorer's Bus Tour runs at two or three times per day on Saturdays and Sundays starting May 18 through the end of June. The program also runs a few times a week on weekdays. Additional tours will be added to the schedule for July through the end of the season. Check online for specific dates/times. Escape the ordinary and venture into the rugged badlands of Dinosaur Provincial Park. The Explorer's Bus Tour provides the opportunity to experience the stunning views of the park's beautiful Natural Preserve from the comfort and safety of the tour bus.

We also provide you the chance to discover this amazing environment for yourself along the way. Notes This 2-hour bus tour is rated "easy" and is suitable for all ages. The Fossil Safari program runs at 9:30 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays starting May 18 through June 23. The last week of June, there are several times to choose from.

Starting July 1 through August 25, the program runs twice daily. Check online for specific dates/times. The Fossil Safari provides a hands-on discovery of the Park's rich fossil resource that is accessible only by tour. Notes This 2-hour program is rated as "easy". Watch a video about the Fossil Safari . Events Dinosaur - All Parks. Walmart on way back. One-stop shop fulfilling all of your creative needs, from gift giving to quality printing, the Photo Centre has it all. Need business cards printed? Looking to custom frame? Maybe you need the perfect gift idea for that someone special? We make creating, saving, and sharing your precious moments easy. In a hurry? No Walmart in your area? Canadian Badlands Travel & Tourism – Plan Your Alberta Road Trip. The Canadian Badlands of Alberta is a unique travel and tourism destination in Canada's “Wild West.”

With scenic drives from several urban centres, the Canadian Badlands has unique coulee landscapes and hoodoo rock formations. The region in Alberta is famous for rich deposits of fossils, including dinosaur bones, unearthed at the UNESCO World Heritage Site Dinosaur Provincial Park and showcased at the world-class Royal Tyrrell Museum. Whether you come to the Canadian Badlands for a day or road trip for a week, it inspires song, spirituality and honest wide-eyed wonder. Book your ultimate road trip today! Hanna Indoor Rodeo Hanna’s biggest event of the year is the ind.... HALO Concert - Jenner Fundraising Concert to be held at the Diamond Jubi.... Vulcan Concert Series Terry Morrison is a Canadian singer / songwriter a.... Coronation Prairie Heart Inn We offer Individual houses Facilities:Number of Rooms: 10Bed Size in Rooms:Queen,doubleBathrooms (Private or Shared):both b....

Rosebud Irricana. Explorer's Bus Tour in Dinosaur Provincial Park. (Image Gallery Below) Take an escapade and experience the Badlands through the eyes of 4 different historical explorers on the Explorer's Bus Tour. The Explorer's Bus Tour is a newly launched program as part of rejuvenation efforts in protecting the Natural Preserve of the Badlands. The 2 hour tour takes you into the Natural Preserve, an area that is prohibited to explore unless you are with a guide. .. which so happens to be provided by the Bus Tour! For $12 per adult on a 2 hour tour, we didn't expect much at first. Our expectations didn't get any higher as we watched a beige, small bus with a fairly sized, semi dorky, dinosaur drawing on it pull up with all the windows open suggesting the lack of air conditioning which was essential for the hot day.

After a little over 2 hours of driving up and down the extremely narrow dirt road with numerous historical and geological stops our final thought was this... Media/123302/dppmapv2.pdf. Ramada Inn and Suites Drumheller Hotel (Canada) : voir 115 avis. Atlas Coal Mine National Historic Site – Drumheller Historical Attraction - Visitor Information. Dig into the darkest years of Alberta's past. Wander through an intact historic landscape, in a stunning badlands setting. Climb the last wooden tipple in Canada.

Explore the underground. Ride in a mine locomotive. Hear the stories of the men who dug for coal. Dynamic guides make the Atlas fun for the whole family. TUNNEL TOUR $15/person or $45/family*; site admission included in tour price; 1.25 hours Put on a miners’ lamp and go up the underground! This tour is offered at scheduled times throughout the day. TIPPLE TOUR $10/person or $30/family*: site admission included in tour price; 45 minutes Climb the last wooden tipple in Canada, and see the inner workings of this nationally designated historic icon. Offered at scheduled times throughout the day. MINE TRAIN TOUR $10/person or $30/family*: site admission included in tour price; 45 minutes Climb into a coal car and tour the surface plant and spectacular badlands scenery.

Mature content, parental discretion advised. Royal Tyrrell Museum. Select An Item. Search for fossils, see real dinosaur reamains still in the ground, and learn about the creatures and environment of ancient Alberta on this 90-minute journey through the badlands. (Hike information: 3 km return trip along uneven path; moderate trail with a few hills.) Adults: $10 (18 and over), Youth $10 (7-17), Child: $10 (4-6), Toddler: Free (3 and under). This program is recommended for ages 6+ due to the 2km round-trip distance, the uneven terrain, and the potentially hot conditions in the badlands.

Sturdy outdoor footwear is required (running shoes, hiking boots or hiking sandals). Water bottles, hats, suncreen, insect repellant and clothing suitable for the weather are recommended. To secure your spot, advance registration is recommended. Adult Supervision: Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a registered adult. This program is inaccessilble to wheelchairs and strollers due to uneven terrain. Programs begin promptly at start times. The Douglas Country Inn. Parc provincial Dinosaur à Drumheller, AB, Canada. Town of Drumheller - Dinosaur Valley. Tyrell Museum.