From Fire Pits to Pumpkin U-Picks: Fun Ways to Spend Fall Days in SaskatchewanWith a change of seasons, comes a change of plans. Time to transition from beach days to the corn maze. Fill your calendar with these fun ways to spend fall days in Saskatchewan.
Sep 12 2023
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Hike back in time to the Aschim Homestead near Candle Lake
The unassuming turn-off to the Aschim Homestead Heritage Forest is marked by a small sign that does not foretell just what a fascinating area this is to explore. Believe me – it is worth a visit.
Sep 20 2022
Eyes to the Sky in the Cypress Hills
When they retreated, the glaciers missed a spot in the southwestern corner of the province, leaving a forested plateau towering high above the plains below at Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park.
Sep 16 2022
Photographing Wildlife in Prince Albert National Park
Finding wildlife to photograph in Prince Albert National Park can be as easy as touring one of the many scenic drives. From deer, foxes, wolves and otters, to bears, bison and elk.
Sep 13 2022
Driving for Dinner: 641 Grill & Motel in Craven
Nestled in the beautiful Qu’Appelle Valley, the village of Craven is well-known as the home of the annual Country Thunder summer music festival, but it’s also the home of one of the province’s best food gems: 641 Grill & Motel.
Sep 11 2022
The Best Hiking Trails in Saskatchewan to see the Autumn Colours
Fall is one of the best times to get out hiking the trails to see the autumn colours in Saskatchewan. The weather is still warm, there are fewer bugs to deal with and the trails are quieter without the summer crowds.
Sep 10 2022
Driving for Dessert: The Night Oven Bakery in Saskatoon
With a focus on sourcing grains locally and milling them in-house, The Night Oven’s menu showcases organic heritage grains, including spelt, rye, red fife and more.
Sep 05 2022