Narrow Hills Scenic Drive Top for Saskatchewan Fall Colours

Narrow Hills Provincial Park, Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan abounds with great scenic drives during fall colour season, but if we had to pick one it would be the aptly named Narrow Hills Scenic Drive in Narrow Hills Provincial Park. The hills are named for the enormous masses of rocks, soil, and debris pushed into ridges by moving glaciers. The forest diversity of […]

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Canoe Trip to Robertson Falls, Churchill River, Saskatchewan

Robertson Falls, Churchill River, Saskatchewan

Our recent trip to Robertson Falls on the Churchill River turned out to be the ideal time for a visit. Northern Saskatchewan excels as a destination for canoeing and wilderness camping, from easy short paddles to remote multi-days expeditions where you’re unlikely to see other people. When we’re looking for an easy-going trip for a […]

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Enjoying Saskatchewan’s Dazzling Wildflowers

Wildflowers, Saskatchewan

Right about now is generally the height of wildflower season in Saskatchewan, although every year is different and conditions vary considerably throughout the province. We’ve had higher than normal rainfall in early summer which has brought a profusion of colour in some areas. In our neck of the woods in the Thickwood Hills, we’ve never […]

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Five Easy Hikes in Saskatchewan’s Prince Albert National Park

Narrows Peninsula Trail, Prince Albert National Park, Saskatchewan

Prince Albert National Park is one of the top places to go hiking in Saskatchewan. Almost smack in the middle of the province, the park preserves the transition zone from the aspen parklands in the south to the northern boreal forest. Add the rich array of lakes, rivers, and wetlands, and we have an incredibly […]

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