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Saskatchewan Provincial Park - Trail Activities




Cross-Country Ski Trails
Ice Fishing
Snowmobiling Trails
Toboggan & Snowshoe


Cross-Country Ski Trails 

13 Saskatchewan Provincial Parks offer cross-country ski trails.  

  • Cypress Hills 
    • 11 marked trails - 27 km/12 km groomed.  
  • Moose Mountain 
    • 5 km of trails
    • five warm-up shelters
    • groomed for classic, skate skiing and 4 km of night skiing
  • Echo Valley 
    • 12 km of groomed trails 
    • two warm-up shelters.  
  • Lac La Ronge
    • 60 km of trails
    • groomed for classic and freestyle skiing
    • Night skiing is possible on the park's four km of lighted trail.


Ice Fishing 

This popular winter activity at many provincial parks 


Snowmobiling Trails

Seven provincial parks offer snowmobile trails within the park, with many other parks having trails adjacent to the park.  


  • Moose Mountain
    • Winter recreation complex 
    • groomed toboggan hill
    • warm-up shelter with camp stoves
    • snowshoe trails
  • Duck Mountain  
    • Outdoor skating rink
    • toboggan hill and warm-up shelter.
  • Cypress Hills 
    • Skating on the lake
    • tobogganing 
    • snowshoeing


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