WAHKPA CHU'GN

ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE

A 2,000 YEAR OLD BUFFALO JUMP

Nestled in the shadow of the Bear Paw Mountains, on the road to everywhere in north central Montana, WAHKPA CHU'GN (pronounced walk-pa-chew-gun) is the most extensive and best preserved buffalo bone deposit in the northern Great Plains.

Overlooking the scenic Milk River on the western edge of Havre, Montana, Wahkpa Chu'gn offers visitors a chance to journey back in time.

Our knowledgeable tour guides will direct you on your journey through the region's prehistory.

We specialize in a hands-on, user friendly tour.

See what some of our guests say about us.

Click Here

The Spirit of the Buffalo Awaits You

The Wahkpa Chu'gn Archaeological Site is operated as a division of the H. Earl Clack Museum. Archaeological and anthropological content provided by John Brumley, M.A., Curator of Archaeology, H. Earl Clack Museum. Line drawings produced by Linda Rayner. Artifact drawings provided by G.L. (Buck) Damone. The Archaeological Site is managed by John and Anna Brumley. Webpage design by Flint Lachenmeier.