Tourism Saskatchewan

Blackstrap Provincial Park Trails

Blackstrap Provincial Park Trails
Cycling TrailsCycling TrailsHiking TrailsCross-country Ski Trails

Blackstrap Provincial Park, 32km SE of Saskatoon on Hwy 11 and 8km E of Dundurn on Hwy 211.

Blackstrap Provincial Park offers 5km of trails designed for mountain bikers, hikers and cross-country skiers, while the lake is ideal for canoeing activities. The hiking, cross-country skiing and mountain biking trails are broken into two separate loops (one is 3.3km and the other is 1.7km long), allowing users to choose either a shorter or longer trail adventure. The trails are also groomed regularly for cross-country skiing. Parking is near the base of the mountain.


Visit the Blackstrap Provincial Park Trails website right now

Park amenities include: concession, campground, beach, playground, windsurfing, sailing, fishing, swimming, boating, ice fishing, boat launch, picnic sites.

Length: 5km
Difficulty: Beginner to advanced
Surface: Natural terrain, pavement, gravel; groomed cross-country ski trails
Environment: Moist Mixed Grassland Ecoregion - aspen groves, dense brush, grassland, rolling terrain
Trailhead GPS: 51.7786W, -106.4437N

Hiking
Cycling
Mountain biking
Geocaching
Cross-country skiing

Backcountry
Entry fees apply
Parking at trailhead
Picnic area
Trail markers
Self-guided nature trail
Canoeing
Camping near trailhead

Information in this listing is subject to change at any time. Please contact the operator to verify that information is accurate.
Additional Information
Related Products