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.
Digging Deep into Wanuskewin Heritage ParkWanuskewin means “living in harmony” – appropriate for an area that has been a gathering place for thousands of years. Today, Wanuskewin Heritage Park continues to bridge cultures and shed light on the past, while nurturing creativity, healing and a shared vision for the future.
August 21, 2018
Spend Time with Friends over Brunch for Galentine’s Day
Anytime of the year is a good reason to brunch and celebrate your friends. So grab your pals, gals or otherwise, take a trip and check out these top spots.
Cozy Cabins to Spend with your SweetheartPop quiz, readers. This Valentine’s Day, would you rather: a) snuggle with your snookums, b) hole up with your honey, or c) fraternize with your flame?
5 Slopes to Ski in SaskatchewanSome of Saskatchewan’s best ski slopes aren’t hills – they’re valleys, cut into the plains 14,000 years ago by melting glaciers. Now these old channels have been taken over by ski lifts and snowboards.
Lace 'em up and hit the ice!
Many Saskatchewanian's favourite way to get through a frosty winter is to bundle up and glide across an icy surface, which there is no shortage of in the province. Here are a few.
Babe Winkelmans' Bucket List AdviceIn a single day we were able to land over fifteen world-class pike over forty inches in just six to seven hours, including one of my personal best fish, a 51” behemoth!
5 Reasons to Love Saskatchewan Winter
Itching to get out and feel the (cold, cold) air on your face? Here are five activities to make you fall in love with Saskatchewan winters.
Winterruption 2018 brings a blast of sound and talent
There is simply no excuse for being left out in the cold. Get your tickets now!
Trophy Fishing For Lake Trout
“I am honoured that I was able to hold that fish in my hands and then let it go and watch it swim back down,” George Large, co-host of In-Fisherman TV.
His Slice of Paradise
Growing up in a small town and working at a family-owned sporting goods store, Tom Klein, owner of Scott Lake Lodge, always yearned to get “up north.”