Waterton Lakes National Park
Before Treaty No. 7 was entered into, the Blackfoot People occupied Waterton Lakes National Park. Waterton is home to numerous sacred sites that contain the history of Blackfoot origin stories.
The Park is significant to the Blackfoot People as it was used for ceremonial, hunting, camping, trading and healing purposes. In the Blackfoot Language Waterton is called "paah-to-mahk-si-kim-i" meaning Inner Sacred Lake.
Paahtomahksikimi Cultural Centre's mission is to help visitors connect with the spirit of Waterton while educating about the history of Paahtomahksikimi.