Take the trail less travelled
Saskatchewan was made for cross-country skiing. Hundreds of kilometres of groomed and marked trails wind through parks and forests, across open prairie, over rolling hills, and around cities and towns. Shelters are found on longer routes, and some trails are illuminated for night skiing. Rentals and instruction are available in many locations.
Resort properties around the province welcome cross-country skiers, as do many bed & breakfasts. At Prince Albert National Park and the surrounding region, as well as at Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, you’ll find trail networks and a range of accommodations.
Other good choices for cross-country skiers are the provincial parks of Duck Mountain, Moose Mountain, Greenwater Lake, the Battlefords, Good Spirit Lake and Lac La Ronge.