Guided Experiences

Wood Buffalo National Park

From June 28 to August 18, 2022, join an interpreter for a free guided experience. No registration required.


Whoop There It Is: Back from the Brink

When: Tuesdays, drop in anytime from 10 am to noon

Where: Salt Plains Lookout

Have wings, will travel – 4,000km twice a year! It’s an extensive travel itinerary, but there’s nowhere else in the world quite like this. Get to know why whooping cranes love it here at the Salt Plains and take in the unique landscape. Uncover their troubled past and discover how they’re coming back from the brink of extinction.


Discover Fort Smith

When: Wednesdays at 2 pm

Where: Fort Smith Visitor Centre

Are you curious about the culture, languages, history and people of Fort Smith? Join an interpreter on a walking tour of the town.

Offered by the Town of Fort Smith.


A Hike out of this World

When: Thursdays at 7 pm

Where: Grosbeak Lake Trailhead on Pine Lake Road

Uncover the why behind the wild and weird Grosbeak Lake. Hike with a Parks Canada Guide and discover more about rocks, plants, animals and the land around you. Nothing will prepare you for your first look at this prehistoric sea.


Pelicans, Paddlers and Plants

When: Saturdays at 2 pm

Where: Fort Smith Visitor Centre

Take a guided hike down to the rapids to see the American White Pelicans on the Slave River.

Offered by the Town of Fort Smith.


Bison, Bison, Bison

When: Sunday, drop in anytime from 2 pm - 4pm

Where: Dëldël Kué Day Use Shelter at the Salt River Day Use Area

Journey back through the long and storied history of the bison who call this home. Learn how we help protect the last-remaining herd of these North American giants

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