Saoyú-ʔehdacho National Historic Site
Saoyú hǝ́ Ɂehdacho dahxáré dene gháonetę hǝ́ dene najú hǝ́ edire newehtsįnę náoweré ts’ę́ káadets’enęɂá sį́į goghǫ agǫ́ht’e.
Saoyú and Ɂehdacho are teaching, healing and spiritual places, essential to the cultural well-being of the Sahtúgot‘ı̨nę -- “the people of Sahtú.”
Stewardship and management
Denecho Knowledge Centre Exhibit, Culture camp, Contact us
Activities and experiences
Camping, paddling, snowshoeing, canoeing, photography, hiking, picnicking
Saoyú and ʔehdacho Stories, The Animal Sign Guide
Plan your visit
Aircraft Use, Regulations Summary, Maps
Hours of operation
Hours of operation:
Monday to Friday
9 a.m to 5 p.m.
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