About Photo Journeys

Follow us as we explore many of the world’s most awe-inspiring and photogenic places, both close to home and to every continent around the globe – not just famous and iconic “must see” destinations, but also little-known treasures off-the-beaten-track that you may not find elsewhere. Photo Journeys is about discovery through photography. Our specialty is […]

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Journey to Nistowiak Falls, Saskatchewan

Nistowiak Falls, Saskatchewan

Nistowiak Falls is the most famous waterfall in Saskatchewan, both because of its beauty and its accessibility. Several wonderful waterfalls dot northern Saskatchewan (see our post Saskatchewan’s Most Magnificent Waterfalls), though many take a bit of effort to reach. Nistowiak, on the other hand, is less than 20 km from the end of the road […]

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Thickwood Hills Scenic Saskatchewan Drive – Highway 378

Thickwood Hills, Saskatchewan

If you like taking the road less travelled, wandering though Saskatchewan’s Thickwood Hills makes the ideal road trip. In our guidebook, Saskatchewan’s Best Scenic Drives, we’ve outlined a number of routes through this scenic area. One of our favourites is Hwy 378 which runs from The Battlefords to Spiritwood, winding through gently rolling hills dotted […]

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Saskatoon to Prince Albert via Fish Creek Road

Laniwci church, Saskatchewan

Although Hwy #11 is the quickest way to drive between Saskatoon and Prince Albert, the Fish Creek Road route is an attractive alternative. It’s not much longer, but offers fascinating historic sites, picturesque country churches, Ukrainian, French, and Métis heritage, little traffic, and wonderful riverside scenery. NOTE: As of publication date, Saskatchewan was in the […]

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Saskatoon to Regina via the Scenic Route

Elbow Harbor, Saskatchewan

While Hwy #11 is the quick and easy way to travel between Saskatoon and Regina, an alternate route just to the west takes you through significantly different countryside including sand hills, wildlife refuges, three provincial parks, one of the world’s largest earth-filled dams, impressive sand dunes, and southern Saskatchewan’s largest lake. Most of this route […]

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