Top 10 Fall Colour Spots in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Landing Fall Colours

Fall colour season is almost upon us. Already we see the changes taking place. In Saskatchewan, the height of the season is usually around the third week of September, though every year is different, and there are variations in different parts of the province. The wild card this year is the severe drought we experienced over the summer, so we don’t know yet what effect… Read moreTop 10 Fall Colour Spots in Saskatchewan

Enjoying Saskatchewan’s Dazzling Wildflowers

Wildflowers, Cypress Hills, Saskatchewan

One of the biggest joys of spring and summer in Saskatchewan is the profusion of wildflowers that usually put on a dazzling display. Every year is different and conditions vary considerably throughout the province. Rainfall can bring on a profusion of colour in some areas, and even in dry years, there’s still wildlflowers to be found along roadsides or in meadows. So where are some… Read moreEnjoying Saskatchewan’s Dazzling Wildflowers

10 Easy to Reach Saskatchewan Scenic Viewpoints

Jones Peak, Saskatchewan

Want to enjoy some super scenic views around Saskatchewan without expending a lot of effort getting there? Here are 10 great viewpoints that don’t require paddling raging rivers or strenuous hikes – or any hiking for that matter. You can simply drive right up to them. It couldn’t be easier. Southern Gems Jones Peak, Frenchman River Valley, Cypress Hills. From the town of Eastend, head… Read more10 Easy to Reach Saskatchewan Scenic Viewpoints

Medicine Hat’s Surprising Attractions

Saamis Tepee, Medicine Hat on

As we drive through Medicine Hat, the World’s Largest Tepee tempts us to stop and see what this small prairie city in southeastern Alberta, with the peculiar name, has to offer. With main masts as high as a 20-story building, the Saamis Tepee introduces the city’s history and name — a loose translation of the Blackfoot word Saamis, a medicine man’s headdress. Linger a bit… Read moreMedicine Hat’s Surprising Attractions

18 Favourite New Landscape Photos from 2018

Kaskawulsh Glacier, Kluane National Park, Yukon

In 2018 we were fortunate to get to some fantastic places for landscape photography. Namibia was definitely a highlight, especially the incredibly reddish-orange dunes of Namib-Naukluft National Park and the fairytale rock formations of Spitzkoppe. Just as compelling was Kluane National Park in Yukon, and in particular flying over the awesome Kaskawulsh Glacier. The Sumidero Canyon in Chiapas, Mexico offered some marvellous wild landscapes, both… Read more18 Favourite New Landscape Photos from 2018