North - Nipekamew River
Natural Attraction
Tourism Saskatchewan
27 km E of junction Hwys 2 and 165, towards Nipekamew River; follow the road S on the W side of the river for 1.2 km to parking area. Hike the 1.5 km primitive trail to the sandstone cliffs.
Latitude: 54.7412° N,
Longitude: -104.9817° W
Hiking access only from parking area. 1.5 km primitive trail, surrounded by mature jack pine and spruce, leads to an opening on the Nipekamew River where the cliffs can be observed from across the river. Erosion of the Nipekamew River exposed these giant sand pillars, that were deposited over 120 million years ago. Erosion of the cliffs have made them extremely fragile.
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Rates And Discounts

  • Free admission

Access

  • Wilderness

Services

  • Self-guided tour

Amenities

  • Pit toilet

Activities

  • Birding / Wildlife viewing

Maps & Docs

Contact Info

Phone(s): 306-425-4234 | 1-800-772-4064 |
LacLaRonge.ProvPark@gov.sk.ca

27 km E of junction Hwys 2 and 165, towards Nipekamew River; follow the road S on the W side of the river for 1.2 km to parking area. Hike the 1.5 km primitive trail to the sandstone cliffs.

Latitude: 54.7412° N, Longitude: -104.9817° W

North - Nipekamew River

Hiking access only from parking area. 1.5 km primitive trail, surrounded by mature jack pine and spruce, leads to an opening on the Nipekamew River where the cliffs can be observed from across the river. Erosion of the Nipekamew River exposed these giant sand pillars, that were deposited over 120 million years ago. Erosion of the cliffs have made them extremely fragile.

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Location Information

27 km E of junction Hwys 2 and 165, towards Nipekamew River; follow the road S on the W side of the river for 1.2 km to parking area. Hike the 1.5 km primitive trail to the sandstone cliffs.

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lat. 54.7412° N, long. -104.9817° W

Contact Info

Phone: 306-425-4234 | 1-800-772-4064 |
LacLaRonge.ProvPark@gov.sk.ca