Explore Saskatchewan using these handy itineraries. Find the trip that suits your interests, read more about it, check out the map and get on the road.
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While Saskatchewan will always be synonymous with wheat, the province’s farm economy has diversified in a myriad of directions since the early 20th century when wheat was king. Average farm size has increased and technology is ever-changing. Along the way, many farmers have diversified their operations to fill niche markets.
Rejuvenate your mind, body and soul on this relaxing journey to some of Saskatchewan’s preeminent wellness and spa attractions and recharge your batteries as you reconnect with nature. Go ahead and indulge yourself – you deserve it!
Walking into some Saskatchewan country churches is like being magically transported to a 15th century European cathedral, where larger-than-life Renaissance-style art brings biblical stories to life. Count Berthold Von Imhoff decorated churches throughout the province and beyond, and left Saskatchewan with a fascinating artistic legacy. This three-day driving tour originates out of Saskatoon, and takes you to the most prominent sites associated with this famous artist in the province.
The legendary Clearwater has it all — unspoiled wilderness, thrilling whitewater, unparalleled scenery and inviting campsites with fishing outside the tent door. This Canadian Heritage River didn’t merely play a role in history; it changed its very course.
1 - 2 weeks
If you are looking for a hike that is more than a stroll in the park, then start lacing up your boots. The Boreal Trail awaits you. Saskatchewan’s newest and longest hiking trail stretches more than 130 km through breathtaking forested lakelands in Meadow Lake Provincial Park.
7 days or less
Embark on day trip through the picturesque country around the Battle River, where hostilities broke out in 1885 between the Cree and Canadian government forces. Visit the historic sites which preserve and commemorate the stories of those tumultuous days.
Two - three days