Follow along as guest and staff bloggers explore Saskatchewan and share their travel and tourism adventures. Locals always know the best places to go and things to do.
Lace 'em up and hit the ice!
Many Saskatchewanian's favourite way to get through a frosty winter is to bundle up and glide across an icy surface, which there is no shortage of in the province. Here are a few.
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Through the Lens of Brayden Elliott
An interview with a self-taught Saskatchewan photographer.
Hatchet Lake LodgeEach summer, anglers from across the U.S. travel north of the 58th parallel to Saskatchewan's Hatchet Lake Lodge.
100,000 Lakes or 100,000 Outdoor Rinks, Depends on the SeasonThere’s just something about skating on a lake!
Beauty of the North
With minimal other human interaction in your day and no cell phones or emails to distract you, you are able to connect with the people you are with and the beauty surrounding you.
Cross-Country Skiing in Meadow Lake Provincial ParkLooking for a winter escape where you can hit the cross-country ski trails? Meadow Lake Provincial Park is the perfect spot!
55.6034° N, 104.7734° W to be exact, these are the coordinates of Missinipe .
Must Do Regina
Exploring Saskatchewan’s capital, Regina – also known as the Queen City – is a fun experience any time of year. There is so much to see and enjoy.
Going Local: Cypress Hills Destination Area
The south west is a magical place. These locals got to see a new side of Saskatchewan, one that's not so flat!
Going Local: Prince Albert National Park
Five local Instagrammers went on an adventure and discovered what Prince Albert National Park has to offer.
Paperclips, Eiffel Towers, Ice Cream & Elevators - Only in Sask.Diversity is the spice of life and we hit the jackpot in south east Saskatchewan.
Desert Island on the Prairies
In the southwest you will find 1,900 square kilometres of sand dunes. Yes, we are talking southwest Saskatchewan.