Mahikan Trails: Indigenous Culture, Guided Medicine Walks and Authentic Experiences

Last updated on July 1st, 2021

Image provided by Brenda Holder  (Credit: Travel Alberta) 

Learn historical medicines of the boreal forest from a Cree lineage

Spend time with us and we will share the amazing teachings from the land! Join us on a walk with a knowledgeable guide who will share the fascinating historical medicines of the boreal forest from a Cree lineage. You may choose to spend a little more time in one of our hands-on workshops where you can learn what to do with the medicines that you have identified and take your made treasures home with you!

We are a Cree Iroquois company doing what we love!

We enjoy sharing our Culture, Traditions and our Heritage!

Brenda Holder is a Knowledge Keeper of Traditional Medicine and is the owner of Mahikan Trails in Canmore, Alberta, Canada.

 

Contact Details:

brenda@mahikan.ca
403-679-8379
www.mahikan.ca

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  1. Andrea Davis

    Please can you let me have further information on the Mahikan Trails trips – Thanks

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