North - Clearwater River Provincial Park
Natural Attraction
Tourism Saskatchewan
One-way hiking trail extends from the NW end of Wallis Bay on Lac La Loche, NW to the Clearwater River. Plaque commemorating Peter Pond at S end of the trail. Boat access required to trail head.
Latitude: 56.57513° N,
Longitude: -109.6975° W
Northern Saskatchewan's longest and most historic portage trail spans the plateau linking the Churchill and Arctic watersheds. In 1778, the famous explorer, Peter Pond, guided by the Dene First Nations crossed this 20.5 km trail, opening the first practical overland trade route to the Northwest.
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Open May long weekend to Labour Day.

Wilderness area - no services on site. Contact the Saskatchewan Parks office at Meadow Lake for additional information.

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Contact Info

Phone(s): 306-236-7672 | 306-236-7229 |
Colette.Schmalz@gov.sk.ca

Open May long weekend to Labour Day.

Wilderness area - no services on site. Contact the Saskatchewan Parks office at Meadow Lake for additional information.

One-way hiking trail extends from the NW end of Wallis Bay on Lac La Loche, NW to the Clearwater River. Plaque commemorating Peter Pond at S end of the trail. Boat access required to trail head.

Latitude: 56.57513° N, Longitude: -109.6975° W

North - Clearwater River Provincial Park

Northern Saskatchewan's longest and most historic portage trail spans the plateau linking the Churchill and Arctic watersheds. In 1778, the famous explorer, Peter Pond, guided by the Dene First Nations crossed this 20.5 km trail, opening the first practical overland trade route to the Northwest.

SHOW MORE

Location Information

One-way hiking trail extends from the NW end of Wallis Bay on Lac La Loche, NW to the Clearwater River. Plaque commemorating Peter Pond at S end of the trail. Boat access required to trail head.

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lat. 56.57513° N, long. -109.6975° W

Contact Info

Phone: 306-236-7672 | 306-236-7229 |
Colette.Schmalz@gov.sk.ca