Win a copy of The Great Saskatchewan Bucket List

Bucket List contest

UPDATE

The Winner is announced. Congratulations to Melissa who will be receiving a copy of The Great Saskatchewan Bucket List. The draw was made this morning using a random number generator. Thank you to all those who entered. Stay tuned – we’ll be announcing another book giveaway before long.

 

Great SK Bucket List contest

To celebrate spring, we’re giving away a copy of the newly-released Revised and Updated Edition of our bestselling book – The Great Saskatchewan Bucket List – 50 Unforgettable Natural Wonders to see before you “Kick the Bucket”. The draw will be made on May 5.

See our previous posting for details on the book, why it has proven so popular, and what has changed with this edition.

Saskatchewan abounds with natural wonders, but this guidebook cuts to the chase and takes you to the best of the best. Watch the rising sun magically transform Castle Butte into a brilliant red monolith. Marvel at the mysterious Eye Cave on “Dead Man’s River”. Hear the roar and feel the power of Saskatchewan’s largest waterfall. Get up close and personal with wildlife found nowhere else in Canada. We not only show you these and many more awesome places, but also help you get there with directions and GPS coordinates.

Enter the contest for a chance to win a free copy, sent to you postage paid.

How to Enter

  • Subscribe to photojourneys.ca (if you’re already subscribed, you’re halfway there). Sign up below in the footer, or on the sidebar.
  • Go to the comments section below in this posting and tell us what place in Saskatchewan is at the top of your bucket list. There is no right or wrong answer – all places indicated are equally valid entries. That’s all there is to it. One entry per person.
  • On May 5, 2021, we will draw from all valid entries and contact the winner by email for a mailing address to ship the book. In order to comply with Canadian contest regulations, the winner will be required to answer a skill-testing question. The winner’s first name only will be announced.

Contest Rules

  • The contest is open to all photojourneys.ca subscribers who are Canadian residents at least 18 years of age and have a mailing address in Canada (because of different contest regulations in Quebec, this contest is not open to residents of Quebec).
  • The prize is one copy of the book, The Great Saskatchewan Bucket List, with a value of $24.95. The book will be sent to the winner postage paid.
  • No purchase is necessary to enter the contest.
  • The draw will be based on valid entries received in the comments section of this posting between April 22 and May 4, 2021.
  • Chances of winning will depend on the number of valid entries received.
  • The contest is sponsored by Parkland Publishing.

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73 thoughts on “Win a copy of The Great Saskatchewan Bucket List

  1. What a great idea! If I ever was lucky enough to be able to go back to Saskatchewan again, I’d want to visit Athabaskan Sand Dunes.

  2. I have so many places I would love to visit. Some are The Great Sandhills, Grey Wolfs cabin, all of Southern Sask from the Cypress Hills to Castle Butte. So many interesting places and lots of history.

  3. We want to do a driving trip on the Redcoat Trail across southern Saskatchewan to see/visit all the sights and historic places we have not had the opportunity to experience, once the pandemic restrictions are lifted.

  4. I’d love to see the athabasca sand dunes but the grease river and clearwater river would really be something too! I’d also like to take the drive up to wollaston lake. For south I’ve yet to see the great sandhills and the east block of grasslands!

  5. Wow! So many wonders in Saskatchewan to see but Athabaskan Sand Dunes takes priority! Loved the southern Big Muddy area and West/East blocks of Cypress Hills which was #2 on our list but conquered that 2 years ago now. Would go back there again tho as we did not see it all!
    Great contest idea!!

  6. It’s almost impossible to choose, but because the Nature Conservancy property at Buffalo Pound Lake is close, I’ll select that one.

  7. So many! Gem lakes, Grassland national park, Flora Bora yurts, Bincredible, anywhere northern Saskatchewan!!

  8. Would love a copy of your new book!! I would love to go to Cypress Hills and have all the inside info of the best photography viewpoints.

  9. I’ve been living overseas in Australia and Vietnam…but I always miss my home of South West Saskatchewan…when I come back I will take my family to visit the Mystery Rocks in the Cypress Hills.

    Photo Journeys is a great website and travel info. Please keep an eye on Facebook@marcopolostudios (we will be releasing 3D Maps of South West Saskatchewan in the future). Thank you.

  10. I’ve heard of the Great Sandhills so would like to see it but also any geographical feature. Great contest, Thank You.

  11. Lake Diefenbaker!!! Been trying to book a camp site in that area, its very hard lol
    someday I will get there!!

  12. I’m intrigued by Ukrainian churches, particularly the abandoned ones in ghost villages along the so-called Ukrainian Corridor and elsewhere in rural SK.

  13. We still use “Sask best Scenic Drives” for our road trips (some of the roads aren’t there anymore, makes for more of an adventure!) Would love to take a drive up to Northern Saskatchewan. We live in the south east.

  14. Athabaskan sand dunes. I moved to Saskatchewan 2 years ago and every month I try to visit somewhere new.

  15. Catching trout at Armit River and the Elm Forest —one of the many trips we took from your Scenic Drives book.

  16. I love love love Cypress Hills – but if I have to pick a Bucket List destination it’s Nistoiak Falls on the Churchill!

  17. My husband and I would both love to see Grasslands National Park. As a side note, we drove the Red Coat Trail several years ago with our kids and checked out the Cypress Hills area. That was a beautiful trip. Saw tee pee rings and a rattlesnake!

  18. Athabaskan Sand Dunes has been on my wish list for over 30 years. Hopefully one day can make it happen!!

  19. For sure the Athabaska Sand Dunes and a canoe trip in is the top of my Bucket List.. Very soon I hope.. I would love a copy of the updated version to go with the one one I have now .

  20. We have been slowly working our way though the province to check out what we have in our backyards. With the Covid restrictions and the inability to travel out of province, it is a great opportunity to learn about the land and places near us. One place I’m interested in checking out is Grey Owl’s Cabin, but really any place. Lol.

  21. I’ve wanted to paddle a canoe on the William River and explore the Athabasca Sand Dunes ever since I saw one of your stunning aerial photographs which was described as ‘butterscotch pudding marbled with whipped cream’.

  22. My Top 3 are Migrations, Fall in Prince Albert National Park, and Prairie Dogs in Grasslands.

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