Canadian Badlands spans east from Drumheller, Alberta to the Great Sand Hills, Saskatchewan border. Then they go south to the United States. This land is home to the world’s largest dinosaur bones’ deposits.
Here you can discover hundreds of sandstone hoodoos while hiking the trails. Also, travellers can see ancient rock art at “Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park.” You may even stumble across dinosaur bones yourself in any of the badlands trails. Additionally, travellers can find one of the best museums on dinosaurs at Drumheller, the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology. Royal Tyrrell Museum is a must-see for visitors to Western Canada.