Room to roam in hiking heaven
A car is great for getting from point A to point B, but Saskatchewan is all about what’s along the way. And how better to savour our diverse landscape than to hike one of hundreds of established trails, or create one of your own.
The billowing clouds, orange and pink sunrises, brilliant red sunsets, and perpetual motion of our living skies will keep you company on the back roads and trails. And bring your camera to capture bird and wildlife sighting opportunities.
Signature hikes include parks in and around Prince Albert, Cypress Hills, the Canadian Shield and the Qu’Appelle Valley.
Smooth sailing in biking paradise
See Saskatchewan close up while going easy on the environment – explore by bicycle. Leave the highway behind and check out developed cycling routes in many provincial parks and recreation areas.
Bringing or renting a mountain bike is a good idea; rolling hills, rising buttes and sloping river valleys will get your heart rate up.
Popular biking areas include the Qu’Appelle Valley, Cypress Hills, Big Muddy Badlands, Duck Mountain, Moose Mountain and the Red Coat Trail.