Bettez St at the Community Forrest

Developed in 2002 by the Town of Gravelbourg and the Southern Saskatchewan Summer Solstice Festival, the labyrinth is open for use by the general public. Labyrinths have been used in many cultures and religions throughout the world and they can be traced back as far as the year 3500. They have been used for celebrating the seasons such as harvest time and the full moon, which are traditionally community affairs inagriculture cultures.

A labyrinth is also a metaphor for life. There is only one entrance, one path and one goal. The Path for Peace Labyrinth was built to celebrate the essence of our community and to increase the awareness for peace.