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Take your trekking poles and a supply of water and enjoy the hike up to the jump. We didn't make it all the way up but in my younger day.........there is an interruptive center at the top of the first hill. It gives you an...More
This is a cool place to visit. It is very interesting and the interpretive panels are excellent, providing insight into the landform, how Indians used it to obtain buffalo for 2000 years, and how important it was to them. A short walk to the viewing...More
Followed directions on our iPhone and drove out to Buffalo Jump State Park. The last two miles is on a well-maintained gravel and dirt road. When you turn in, you are in a large gravel parking area. A covered display area contains some info about...More
This was a great park. Even though you must take a gravel road to get there, it is not a bad drive and it is worth it. I like things off the beaten path. It was not crowded at all. Only one other car. An...More
We decided to come here on a whim. The last few miles leading the the park are not paved and I got rock chips all in my brand new truck. It is a pretty bumpy and dusty ride.
The cliff itself was interesting but a...More
NIce, quite and beautiful. For those who complain that the walk is too long, or its too long to get their etc. Just stop please. This is MONTANA! You hike and walk every flippin where so if you don't like hiking just go to Vegas...More
That's my sentimentalist side of me. I appreciate our Native American heritage and understand their dependence on the buffalo, but i can't help but feel for herds of animals being run off a cliff in order to kill them.
I remind myself that it was...More
Wonderfully isolated & peaceful park. Must note, though, we noticed the "Beware of Rattlesnakes" warning only at the end of our visit. Never saw the first sign of one, though. Amazingly beautiful & peaceful spot with a nice interpretive kiosk. Well worth the detour.
We enjoyed an interesting visit to The Madison Buffalo jump - a high limestone cliff used by Native Americans to stampeded herds of bison. Impressive views of the Madison River Valley as seen from the top of the jump. Interpretive displays onsite.