Win a copy of Saskatchewan’s Best Scenic Drives, Revised Edition, 2023 book

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We have a winner. Congratulations to Sylvie whose name was drawn at random to win a free copy of Saskatchewan’s Best Scenic Drives. Thank you to all those who entered. The book is available direct from or at bookstores and other select outlets in the province. There’s still time to order for Christmas giving.

Saskatchewan's Best Scenic Drives poster

If you’re looking for the perfect Christmas gift that will keep giving for years to come, what could be better than a copy of Saskatchewan’s Best Scenic Drives, Revised Edition, new this year? Better yet, what if you could win your own free copy, that you could either give as a gift or keep for yourself?

Saskatchewan is tailor-made for backroad exploring. We have more roads than any province in Canada -— enough to circle the equator four times. Possibilities are mind-boggling, from drives through spectacular river valleys to sweeping natural grasslands, lake-studded boreal forest, wild badlands, some of Canada’s largest sand dunes, breathtaking viewpoints, little-known hideaways, and historic treasures. We not only show you these and many more awesome places, but also help you get there with directions and GPS coordinates. See our post describing the book.

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

How to Enter

  • Subscribe to (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 your favourite scenic drive in Saskatchewan. 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. Anyone making multiple entries will be disqualified.
  • On November 29, 2023, we will draw from all valid entries and contact the winner by email for a Canadian 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. If the winner does not reply within 48 hours, we will make another draw. The winner’s first name only will be announced.

Contest Rules

  • The contest is open to all 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, Saskatchewan’s Best Scenic Drives, Revised Edition, with a value of $29.95. 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 November 22 and November 28, 2023.

Chances of winning will depend on the number of valid entries received.

The contest is sponsored by Parkland Publishing.

If you don’t want to wait, order a copy of Saskatchewan’s Best Scenic Drives, Revised Edition from Parkland Publishing. If you want a copy for everyone on your Christmas list, we offer free shipping in Canada for orders of 5 books or more (any combination of titles). Or you can pick up copies at bookstores and gift shops in Saskatchewan.

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39 thoughts on “Win a copy of Saskatchewan’s Best Scenic Drives, Revised Edition, 2023 book

  1. Driving to St. Nicholas Church in the Qu’Appelle Valley is a hidden gem. Definitely a place to see in more than one season or even at different times of the day!

  2. The drive from Prince Albert North to Waskesiu and in and around the park. I need to get farther north yet as I bet there is lots of photos to be taken up there.

  3. I really like driving the Gap Road between the Centre Block and West Block of Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park and then up the switchbacks to Fort Walsh and also west on the Ranger Station Road and Battle Creek Road.

  4. My absolute favorite drive is the one heading south from Maple Creek when you get close to the Cypress Hills & then following the road(s)/trails through the park. I’ve driven it so many times & yet I always feel a sense of wonder & pure joy as I enter the park area.

    1. The drive from any area that finishes\s up with a ferry crossing at Riverhurst or the Herbert Ferry or the Birsay area with its spiky mountain shapes … have a meal at the Mainstay Inn before descending into Palliser Park with a view of rolling grain fields all around you … Saskatchewan at its very best … for travellers who say it is all so flat it has to be seen to be believed! I could go on and on!

  5. One of our favourite drives is from Saskatoon to Cypress Hills Park and area. A most awesome anomaly with many absolutely breathtaking sights.

  6. I love so many drives throughout Saskatchewan but the gorgeous Big Muddy is one of my favourites…the beauty of the landscape, the rolling hills, and the history. It’s cowboy country..

  7. I love driving in the open prairie when I can see the touchwood hills in the distance .. especially during harvest.

  8. When our son and daughter were growing up we loved driving to many places in Saskatchewan to go camping with our tent! One of my favourite places was driving to Moose Mountain Provincial Park. So many beautiful nature sites to see! :)

  9. I have a few favourite places to drive as I live by Lake Diefenbaker but I love driving around in Prince Albert National Park in the fall.

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