Episode 011 The First People’s Buffalo Jump near Great Falls, Montana!

by MT Rd Trippin' on August 21, 2014

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Montana’s vast landscape echo’s history’s past.  You can discover it’s place through it’s people. The First People’s Buffalo Jump is near Great Falls.  It’s a must see for Montanans and reveals historic interest to all.  Locals know it as the Ulm Pishkun.  It boasts a length of one mile.  North America’s largest buffalo jump near Great Falls is also the longest in the world.  Don’t miss it as you travel through north central Montana.

Join us as we chat with The First People’s Buffalo Jump Park Manager, Richard Hopkins to learn about this amazing place!

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DIRECTIONS:

From Great Falls, take I-15 South towards Helena, MT (9-10 miles).  Take Exit 270 toward Ulm (MT-330).  Turn right onto Center Street.  Center Street becomes Vaughn Road.  Drive about 3.5 miles until you get to 342 Ulm – The First People’s Buffalo Jump!

342 Ulm -Vaughn Rd.
Ulm, MT 59485

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Photography Copyright by Julie Langaker

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