Follow along as guest and staff bloggers explore Saskatchewan and share their travel and tourism adventures. Locals always know the best places to go and things to do.
Autumn in Prince Albert National Park
To show appreciation for the impressive photos and videos of Saskatchewan being shared on social media using the hashtag #ExploreSask, Tourism Saskatchewan invited local travel influencers on a two-day adventure in Prince Albert National Park to explore the beauty of the fall season.
November 15, 2018
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Churchill River and Beyond: Paddling Adventures in Northern Saskatchewan
For almost 15 years, photographer Chad Chicilo and two close friends have spent their summers exploring Saskatchewan’s remote northern wilderness.
Learning Lessons While Paddling the Churchill River's White WaterThe rushing water of the Churchill River slams into my 12-foot solo canoe as I paddle out of the calm eddy I was resting in. I try to defy the force that is determined to push me downstream and away from my goal.
Top Picks: Kids' Activities in Provincial Parks
Provincial Parks are filled with outdoor adventure opportunities to keep you and your family as busy as you want to be this summer. Here is a list of some of our favourite ways to explore the parks.
5 Hikes For Summer
SaskHiker has put together a list of the top 5 hikes I think you should discover this summer in Saskatchewan.
8 Best Family-Friendly Camping Destinations
Camping is a great way to explore Saskatchewan's diverse landscape and make memories with your family. Here are eight destinations that you should add to your bucket list.
Adventure and SolitudeThere are nearly 100,000 rivers running across northern Saskatchewan, so it should not surprise anyone in the know that there are incredible paddling experiences here as good (if not better) than anywhere else in the world.
Going Local: Chasing Waterfalls
"Growing up in La Ronge, a town with access to so many beautiful lakes and trails, I developed a passion for exploring the north."