A family favorite is Waterton National Park. There is so much to do in Waterton like rent a surrey bike from Pat’s Gas and Cycle Rental, hike one of the many trails, view the falls, sit by the lake, and shop in one of the many shops along Waterton Avenue. Before we head home, we stop in at Welch’s Chocolate Shop to pick up our favorite chocolate, candy goodies, and ice cream. This summer I also hope to take in a hike offered by Heather Black, owner of Buffalo Stone Woman Indige-scape Tours. Heather offers unique hiking tours in the Kananaskis area combined with sharing of our Blackfoot Culture, and provides storytelling with books from Indigenous authors, craft-making for children, and goal setting for the adults prior to a 1–4-hour majestic hike on the trails.
—Norma Wolf Child, Indigenous Business Strategist