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Beechy Sandcastles & Sunken Hill Trail

Beechy Sandcastles - Photo Credit: Barb Koroluk
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7.2km W of Beechy on Hwy 342, then 29km S on Howendale Road. Follow signs and ensure all gates are closed as trail is located on private land. See "Related Links" or Beechy website for detailed map.

The Beechy Sandcastles and Sunken Hill Trail is a driving trail that can also be travelled by foot and bicycle; however, part of the trail will be inaccessible during the winter months and after a rainfall. Along the trail, you will see breathtaking views of large sand dunes, teepee rings, and the famous Sunken Hill, a plateau hill that sank suddenly years ago, exposing cracks on the hillside and providing a truly unique sightseeing experience.

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Village of Beechy

Tel: (306) 859-2205

Village amenities include: restaurants, accommodations, grocery store, service station, campground, skating rink, nine hole golf course, playground, baseball diamond, curling rink, dinner theatre. Camping also available at Prairie Lake Regional Park.

Length: Roughly 39km
Difficulty: Beginner
Surface: Gravel and dirt road
Environment: Mixed Grassland Ecoregion - coulees, rolling hills, sand dunes, unique land formations; Lake Diefenbaker view


No admission charge
Parking at trailhead
Trail markers
Interpretive signs at trailhead
Accommodation near trailhead
Camping near trailhead

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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