Boundary Trail Visible - Sourisford
(1873) The Boundary Commissioner Trail is still visible in this location. It is used by a local farmer to run cattle down to the Souris River.
It was well known to travellers of the prairies where the best place to cross the Souris River was: Sourisford.
(Pre 1600 - 1882) The Boundary Commission Trail was the first "highway" to the west, carrying First Nations to and fro, Metis on bison hunts and Europeans looking for rich farmland.