South - Roche Percee
Natural Attraction, Curiosity / Roadside Attraction, RCMP / Military
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    La Roche Percee is on the S slope of the Souris Valley about 0.5 km E of Roche Percee. The Cairn is just W of Roche Percee on old Hwy 39.
    Latitude: 49.07457° N,
    Longitude: -102.7855° W
    Unusual rock formations eroded by wind and water. Once covered with symbolic animal carvings by Indigenous people and later autographs of early European explorers, US Cavalrymen, North West Mounted Police (NWMP) and surveyors. Commemorates the Short Creek Camp of the NWMP during the westward march of 1874. No services.
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    May be viewed year-round but more accessible spring until fall. No services.

    Rates And Discounts

    • Free admission

    Access

    • Country / Rural

    Services

    • Estimated viewing time (hours): 0.50

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    Contact Info

    Phone(s): 306-577-2615 | 306-577-2600 | 1-800-205-7070 |
    Larry.Schiefner@gov.sk.ca

    May be viewed year-round but more accessible spring until fall. No services.

    La Roche Percee is on the S slope of the Souris Valley about 0.5 km E of Roche Percee. The Cairn is just W of Roche Percee on old Hwy 39.

    Latitude: 49.07457° N, Longitude: -102.7855° W

    South - Roche Percee

    Unusual rock formations eroded by wind and water. Once covered with symbolic animal carvings by Indigenous people and later autographs of early European explorers, US Cavalrymen, North West Mounted Police (NWMP) and surveyors. Commemorates the Short Creek Camp of the NWMP during the westward march of 1874. No services.

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    Location Information

    La Roche Percee is on the S slope of the Souris Valley about 0.5 km E of Roche Percee. The Cairn is just W of Roche Percee on old Hwy 39.

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    lat. 49.07457° N, long. -102.7855° W

    Contact Info

    Phone: 306-577-2615 | 306-577-2600 | 1-800-205-7070 |
    Larry.Schiefner@gov.sk.ca