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Louis Riel Trail - Hwy 11 - Regina to Saskatoon

Louis Riel Trail - Hwy 11 - Regina to Saskatoon
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Highway 11.

In 2001, Saskatchewan's Hwy 11 was renamed the "Louis Riel Trail" in honour of Louis Riel, who led the 1885 North-West Metis Rebellion and was executed in Regina for his participation in the uprising. This 364km long trail features distinctive trail markers, beautiful outdoor sculptures and points of interest that are designed to raise awareness about this historic event and its significance on Saskatchewan and Canada.

The trail runs from the Qu'Appelle Valley in southern Saskatchewan to ...
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Louis Riel Trail Association

Tel: (306) 467-2057
Toll Free: 1(866) 467-2057

Area amenities include: museums, accommodations, campgrounds, restaurants, gas stations, grocery stores, playgrounds, swimming pools, skating and curling rinks.

Length: 364km
Difficulty: Beginner
Surface: Natural terrain and paved highway

Hiking
Horseback riding trails
Driving
Snowmobiling
Cross-country skiing

Urban / Suburban
Backcountry
Parking at trailhead
Picnic area
Trail markers
Accommodation enroute

Information in this listing is subject to change at any time. Please contact the operator to verify that information is accurate.
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