North - Big River
Public Trails
Tourism Saskatchewan
Big River area.
Latitude: 53.83506° N,
Longitude: -107.0334° W
More than 300 km of ATV and snowmobile trails are found in the Big River area, providing trail users with scenic forest rides along abandoned logging roads that offer various challenges depending on the time of year and local weather conditions.

The ATV trails can become quite muddy at times as riders cross shallow streams, creeks and rivers. The majority of the ATV and snowmobile trails are well-groomed throughout the year and lead to some excellent fishing lakes that are only accessible from the trails. Regardless of the trail or time of year, though, riders are asked to exercise caution as potentially hazardous conditions may occur.

Due to the extensive trail network, riders are encouraged to ride with a friend and use GPS or a trained guide to lead them through the area. Riders are also asked to not drink and ride and to always wear a helmet to help ensure a safe trail adventure every time.
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Access

  • Country / Rural

Amenities

  • Warm-up shelter(s)

Activities

  • ATVing
  • Snowmobiling

Contact Info

Phone(s): 306-469-2112 |
bigriveredc@sasktel.net

Big River area.

Latitude: 53.83506° N, Longitude: -107.0334° W

North - Big River
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More than 300 km of ATV and snowmobile trails are found in the Big River area, providing trail users with scenic forest rides along abandoned logging roads that offer various challenges depending on the time of year and local weather conditions.

The ATV trails can become quite muddy at times as riders cross shallow streams, creeks and rivers. The majority of the ATV and snowmobile trails are well-groomed throughout the year and lead to some excellent fishing lakes that are only accessible from the trails. Regardless of the trail or time of year, though, riders are asked to exercise caution as potentially hazardous conditions may occur.

Due to the extensive trail network, riders are encouraged to ride with a friend and use GPS or a trained guide to lead them through the area. Riders are also asked to not drink and ride and to always wear a helmet to help ensure a safe trail adventure every time.

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Location Information

Big River area.

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lat. 53.83506° N, long. -107.0334° W

Contact Info

Phone: 306-469-2112 |
bigriveredc@sasktel.net