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Clearwater River Provincial Park

Clearwater River Provincial Park
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Location of Clearwater River Bridge in the park
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Coordinates

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Clearwater River Provincial Park is a wilderness park in northern Saskatchewan. The park begins at the south end of Lloyd Lake on the Clearwater River and includes territory on both sides of the river until it reaches the Alberta border. It includes the historic Methye Portage (Portage La Loche).[1]

The Methye Portage was designated a National Historic Site in 1933[2]and the Clearwater River was designated a Canadian Heritage River in 1986.[3]

The Clearwater River offers experienced canoeists Class 2 to Class 4 rapids.[4][5]

Park access

By water: The park can be reached from La Loche by crossing to the northernmost end of Lac La Loche by boat. A stone cairn is located near the south end of the Portage.

By road: 65 kilometres north of La Loche on Highway 955 a bridge crosses the Clearwater River near Warner Rapids. The road is paved from La Loche to the Clearwater River Dene Nation turn-off (about 5 kilometres) then continues as a gravel road. On the north east side of the bridge are 17 wilderness camp sites.

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