Métis Crossing is the first major Métis cultural interpretive center in Alberta. Métis Crossing is a premier center for Alberta Métis cultural interpretation, education, gatherings, and business development. Métis Crossing sits on 512-acres and is designed to engage and excite visitors. It is comprised of river lot titles from the original Métis settlers to this region in the late 1800s.
Tales from the Trapline is a 4-hour immersive Indigenous experience that explores Métis traditional winter activities and skills on an learned from the land. Strap on a set of snowshoes, set a snare, build a survival shelter, and learn a traditional art as you create your own unique and beautiful keepsake.
When the snow falls, Métis people still travel and play outdoors. Snow shoes allow a wearer to walk on the top of the snow, and this mode of transportation is not only effective but also a lot of fun! Come join us as we bring those vital ways of survival from the past to enjoy the snow in the present. Strap on the snowshoes and follow in the tracks of those that came before us.
Connect with Métis traditional Knowledge Holders as they share the basic principles of trapping and snaring. These traditions have been passed down through families for generations as a means of survival and connection.
Learn a traditional Métis art and create a beautiful item to take home. Hear stories about Métis creativity and expression from our resident traditional artist.
Please indicate your interest in Tour Operator and/or Wholesale/RTO rates in your registration
Lunch is available for an additional fee.
Alternative activities will be provided to accommodate adverse weather.
Programs can be cancelled two (2) weeks in advance to receive full refunds (minus booking fees.)
Cancellations within two (2) weeks of bookings receive no refund.