Saskatchewan Trails

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One of the best parts about winter in the prairies is the opportunity to explore serene parks and trails. Snowshoeing and cross-country skiing in Saskatchewan are great ways to do just that! Wade through deep snow underneath the big blue...
In Saskatchewan’s Grasslands National Park, hikers will find rugged routes and temperate trails. It's wise to bring a compass and map and—most importantly—know how to use both with ease. Saskatchewan is known for its massive skies, so plan your visit...
The best things in life are free—especially when they include escaping from the modern world and getting back in touch with nature. Feeling the sun on your face and grass beneath your feet is priceless, so why not spend more...
City: Saskatoon Region: Prince Albert National Park Province/State: Saskatchewan Country: Canada Difficulty Difficult Time 4 hours Round Trip Distance 15.5 km Elevation Gain Minimal Camping Nearby Public Transit? No Dog Friendly Yes Kid Friendly Yes 230 km from Saskatoon, nature-lovers come for the aspen groves and stay for the free-roaming bison. Follow the lake’s edge before ducking into a swaying aspen...
City: Val Marie Region: Grasslands National Park Province/State: Saskatchewan Country: Canada Difficulty Intermediate Time 2 hours Round Trip Distance 4.1 km Elevation Gain Minimal Camping Yes Public Transit? No Dog Friendly Yes Kid Friendly Yes Canada’s only national prairie park, located on the Saskatchewan-Montana border, is a throwback to the turn-of-the-last-century — when native grasses like gamma, spear and fescue...
City: Cold Lake Region: Meadow Lake Provincial Park Province/State: Saskatchewan Country: Canada Difficulty Intermediate Time 2 hours Round Trip Distance 120 km Elevation Gain Minimal Camping Yes Public Transit? No Dog Friendly Yes Kid Friendly Yes The 120-km-long Boreal Trail is the king of all Saskatchewan trails and the province’s premiere backpacking route. Passing over rocky cliffs, through thick stands...
City: Saskatoon Region: Trans Canada Trail Province/State: Saskatchewan Country: Canada Difficulty Intermediate Time Varies Round Trip Distance 60 km Elevation Gain Minimal Camping No Public Transit? Yes Dog Friendly No Kid Friendly Yes The Meewasin Trail runs nearly 60 kilometres through the province, tracing the South Saskatchewan River. Hikers get both the urban and rural experience, with many points of...
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