Bountiful Landscapes and Much More
Say "Saskatchewan" and many people imagine beautiful patchwork fields. Half of Saskatchewan is covered in lush forest, one-third is farmland and one-eighth holds fresh water. Here are some unexpected outdoor adventures to add to your "must do" list.
Take in the view from atop a waterfall
Discover a side of Saskatchewan you never knew existed as you feel the mist of a waterfall touch your face!
Here’s another shot of Hunt Falls and there’s likely to be at least one more. At sixty metres wide and fifteen metres in height, Hunt Falls is the largest waterfall in Saskatchewan. Standing at the base of these falls can be overwhelming; surrounded by a cloak of fine mist and unable to hear anything but the deafening roar of endless tumbling water - such an amazing experience. Thanks to @stumpadelic for cooking up a massive lunch before we began exploring. So many great times at Selwyn Lake Lodge! #ExploreSask #HuntFalls #SelwynLake #Saskatchewan #KeepExploring #TravelPhotography #ExploreCanada
Zip through the air
It's a bird! It's a plane! Actually, it's you, flying high through the sky via zipline.
Feel the rush of the rapids as you glide down a river and manoeuvre around rocky obstacles.
Hike ‘til your legs feel like noodles
Test your endurance as you trek through beautiful, challenging landscapes like the Valley of a Thousand Devils.
Camp in the backcountry
Find the perfect spot in the wilderness, then set up camp.
Bike trails that test your limits
Feel your heart racing as your pedal trails that cut through rolling hills, across rising buttes and into steep river valleys.