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ALL TOURS SHOULD BE PRE-BOOKED BY CALLING (306)-267-3312

We are pleased to offer you a choice of different tour options. Participants choose which tour to take.

Tourists are encouraged to bring their own lunches & drinking water as neither are available for purchase on the tour.

Washroom facilities are available at some of the sites. Check with your guide for locations.

Tour sites are private land so please DO NOT litter, pick flowers or shrubs or disturb the land.

Tour sites are only open to the public when accompanied by an official guide. No maps available.

 

The full day’s tour will take you through the Valley’s spectacular scenery to Castle Butte and on to the caves that were used as hideouts for such American outlaws as Sam Kelly. Here, you will discover why the Big Muddy Valley was known as Station #1 on Butch Cassidy’s Outlaw Trail.

There is a stop at the remains of the Big Muddy North West Mounted Police post, and a one room school house. Special  interest stops to view the stone effigies of buffalo and turtles wind up an enjoyable day of touring.

Tours leave at 9:30am from the Coronach Tourist Information Booth located on Highway 18. Private tours can leave when the time is suitable for guide and tourists.

 

**PLEASE PARK IN DESIGNATED PARKING LOT - NO STOPPING ALONG THE HIGHWAY**

 

STATION #1 - BUTCH CASSIDY'S OUTLAW TRAIL
BADLANDS TOURS:
9:30am daily (July - August)
Please reserve your seats in advance!
1-306-267-3312

 

The Long Tour

Our full day, 8-attraction tour departs the Coronach Tourist Information Booth daily (throughout July and August) at 9:30am, winding through the valley’s spectacular scenery to Castle Butte then on to the caves once used as hideouts for such American outlaws as Sam Kelly. Enjoy a stop at the remains of the Big Muddy North West Mounted Police Post (NWMP) and a one room school house. The days adventures can wind down with interesting stops at native effigies of turtles and the bison that once roamed our area in great abundance. Here, you will discover why the Big Muddy Valley was known as Station #1 on Butch Cassidy’s Outlaw Trail.

  • Castle Butte
  • Big Beaver Nature Centre and Aust's General Store
  • North West Mounted Police Site (water spring, basement foundation)
  • Sam Kelly's Outlaw Caves
  • Ceremonial Circle
  • Turtle Effigy
  • Buffalo Effigy
  • Heritage School House

Short Tour #1

- Castle Butte
- Big Beaver's Nature Center
- Aust's General Store*
- Buffalo Effigy

*closed Sunday and Wednesday afternoons

Castle Butte


Short Tour #2

  • Sam Kelly Outlaw Caves
  • Ceremonial Circles
  • Turtle Effigy
  • Buffalo Effigy.

 

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PRICES FOR 2018
Unfortunately, we can not accept Debit or Credit.

7-8 hour tour

All Tours MUST leave from the Tourist Information Centre in Coronach.

PLEASE call in advance for details

All Children 5 years old and under are Free

 

School Tours (must supply own school bus, school bus driver is no charge) - All Passengers - $20

Unfortunately, we can not accept Debit or Credit.

PRIVATE TOUR (minimum 2 people)
- available 7 days a week from May to Sept long weekend.

Long Tour (own vehicle) - 1st two adults $65/each, additional passengers $30/each
(must have room for guide)

Short Tour (own vehicle) - 1st two adults $45/each, addional passengers $20/each
(must have room for guide)
** Add $5.00 for each additional stop per person.

***Short tours leave at tourist convenience. Please note: These tours can only be taken on a private tour with the tourist's own vehicle.

 

TOURISM INFORMATION BOOTH
1-306-267-3312

Hwy 18 - East end of town
Opens Victoria Day (mid May) - Labor Day (early Spetember)
09:00 am - 5:00 pm


Make the Coronach Tourism Information Booth your launchpad to adventure amidst the awe-inspiring badlands of Southern Saskatchewan. Staffed by friendly locals who are eager to welcome you and introduce you to our regions spectacular geology and historically significant attractions. Stocked with locally crafted souvenirs, informative pamphlets and regionally significant maps, a stop at the Coronach Tourist Information Booth is definitely worth your while!

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