"Fort Macleod, Alberta, Canada" Fort Macleod by hawt

Fort Macleod Travel Guide: 11 reviews and 24 photos

Experience the Old West of the late 1800s

The Town of Fort Macleod has many firsts in history. It has the oldest court house in the North West Territories, it has the first golf course in Alberta, and it has the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in the area, that being the world famous Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump. This multi-level facility takes you through the stone age to modern times with side trips into traditional medicine, nutrition, hunting, with societal and family values woven into life.

1917 Log Home

The Waldron Home was the base of the Waldron Grazing Company where thousands of head of cattle spent happy days of summer upon the range.

2006 Log Home

The Waldron Home ninety years later, minus the porch, now stands in Pioneer Village In Pincher Creek, Alberta, Canada.

Pros and Cons
  • Pros:Winters are punctuated by Warm Chinook Winds
  • Cons:The Chinook Wind can knock you to the ground
  • In a nutshell:Prairie Vista of Rocky Mountains
  • Last visit to Fort Macleod: Feb 2006
  • Intro Updated Mar 19, 2006
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