An oddity on the prairies, this stone wall has been featured in many local guidebooks.
In 1962, farmer Albert Johnson began arranging the stones plucked from his fields into this wall. It is held together without mortar or cement, is 6 feet thick, 6-12 feet tall in places, and ⅜ of a mile (600 meters) long.
This is an excellent spot for a geocache, and not far out of the way if you are travelling to the Mega from Alberta.
Map of Rosthern to the Great Wall of Saskatchewan:
And a simple SlideShare set by David Zinger: