Peter Fidler Statue

Address:
Elk Point, Alberta Canada
Directions:
Highway 41
Website:
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This statue, named after Peter Fidler, a Hudson Bay fur trader and surveyor, commemorates the bi-centennial of Elk Point in 1992 and the history of fur trading posts in the region. The wooden chainsaw-carved statue measures 9.8 m (32 ft) tall and is located at the north end of Elk Point on Highway 41.
Last modified on March 16, 2016  by Town of Elk Point

Category: Tourism

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Did You Know?

Fort George & Buckingham House Provincial Historic Site is the location of competing fur trade posts from the 1790's and features a great facility to visit.