Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump is a cliff, exposed in the Porcupine Hills outside of Fort Macleod, where the foothills of the Rocky Mountains meet the Great Plains. The Jump was used as a method of hunting practiced by aboriginal peoples of the North American plains for nearly 6'000 years.
In 1981, the UNESCO designated Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump as a World Heritage Site.
Canada 2014/2016, Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump.
The stamps were issued in the series "Unesco World Heritage Sites in Canada II" (1st & 2nd Issue)
In the far background the ridges of the Rocky Mountains.