Province - State: Saskatchewan

Highways Taken:
The highways taken on this ride was highway 56, highway 210, the 10 and highway 35.

Accommodation:
We did not stay overnight as this was a day trip for us. There is lots of places to stay in near by Regina as well as a motel in Indian head..

Favorite Restaurant / Pub / Place to stop?:
We did not stop and eat on this ride.

Fuel readily available?:
There is fuel available in Indian head as well as Fort Qu' Appelle

Road conditions: Good

Hazards: Minimal

Scenery: Some good views

How many years have you been riding?: 15+ yrs

Services: Gas Available, Restrooms

Overall: Good

Please add anymore information to share with riders that weve not asked you already:
This is a nice little route through the Qu’Appelle Valley where you ride on some small two lane roads beside three "lakes" ..it is a nice ride and Fort Qu’Appelle has quite a bit of history. Such, as the 1897 Hudson’s Bay Company store, 1911 Grand Trunk Pacific Railway station, Fort Qu’Appelle Sanatorium and the Treaty 4 Governance Centre in the shape of a "teepee are all landmarks of this community. Additionally, the Noel Pinay sculpture of a man praying commemorates a burial ground, is a life sized statue in a park beside Segwun Avenue.

The Qu’Appelle Valley
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