Exploring Drumheller mirrors stepping into a western movie backdrop with the plotline centring around finding dinosaur bones. With the dusty badlands and hoodoos inducing a cowboy vibe and the prehistoric dinosaur bones buried somewhere deep below your feet, it’s hard not to want adventure in Drumheller! While you’ll find hiking and biking opportunities carved into the centuries-old scenery, the area is also famous for the Royal Tyrrell Museum, where you’ll find information dedicated to fossils and dinosaurs. The other notable monument you can’t miss in Drumheller The World’s Largest Dinosaur, a massive statue.
When you want to move past the history, there are always hikes and tours around the notable badlands. To top it off, Dinosaur Provincial Park is only 1 hour and 40 minutes away!
Drumheller may be a small, sleepy town. Still, it’s worth exploring—and it’s almost magical just thinking about all the prehistoric and western stories stamped below the dirt as you walk around.Read More