Explore the most popular birding trails in Saskatchewan with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
1 day ago

Hiked this trail in the winter. Beautiful views. It was well traversed and easy to navigate. Would recommend for anyone looking for an easier trail!

trail running
19 days ago

I lived in LaRonge in the late 80's and this was one of my favorite running trails. I even managed to do a few times without falling down. The trail was well maintained and signed back then but this is no walk in the park and despite being on a peninsula, every so often someone would wander off trail and need help getting back. I do have friends who took mountain bikes out to the end and they posted some excellent photos online not that many years ago.

snowshoeing
28 days ago

There is a hill from the parking lot to get to the trail.

Park hours are from 7 am to 11 pm.

Hiked it this morning. Great!

An amazing trail! Definitely more of a hike than some of the other ones which are quite flat. Quite a few stairs, the woods are beautiful, great views of the lake, and SO quiet and peaceful.

Short trail. Great views of the prairies

hiking
4 months ago

Beautiful scenery and the trail was in great condition.

trail running
4 months ago

I came to Saskatoon for work. Ran 6miles around the river at sunrise. Easy walk to any point of the trail from most downtown hotels which was great. Great houses to look at, intertwined with trails, pavement and bridges. Got a great view of a hot air balloon. Some hills and straight away so you get a good run!

hiking
4 months ago

The boardwalk section is a wonderful scenic walk along the river, with lots of great vantage points for viewing the river and its abundant bird life. The loop through the forest is less interesting.

Nicely groomed trails. Beautiful!

hiking
4 months ago

Great short hike with a variety of terrain. close to the core area so you can get an ice cream after the hike.

A great family trail

hiking
4 months ago

This trail is actually a loop. The quiet of the morning is a wonderful time to visit. Very steep climbs are encountered on the return leg, making parts of the trail more difficult than moderate.

This trail takes you through some native prairie on the top of the Cypress Hills. There are some spectacular viewpoints to the west end. Parts of the hike pass through active pastureland, so close encounters with cattle are certainly possible. Recommended to hike early or late in the day, to avoid the scorching prairie heat. Late day excursions offer some pretty spectacular sunsets.

hiking
4 months ago

This trail is a short easy hike near the Cypress Hills town site. Parts of it are paved and heavily trafficked, while others diverge from the main path, where you can find a bit more solitude.

4 months ago

Amazing views. Great for camping. One of my favourite places ♥️

Fun

5 months ago

great hike!

road biking
5 months ago

A pretty easy ride, I did about a 9 mile loop. The old train bridge was fun to cross.

went on guided hike with carmen. great experience. I'd definitely do it again.

5 months ago

An easy hike with a few places of elevation gain. The lakes are beautiful!

5 months ago

Lots of bushwhacking in an unmaintained trail. Took about 5 hours with a few breaks. However, the end at Nut Point was beautiful to camp at overnight! Serene waters and lots of forest. Because the trail was unideal, we caught a boat back to La Ronge instead of taking the return trip.

A great hike for the whole family. In the evening there is a good chance to see moose, deer, elk and other wildlife.

A great short hike in the provincial park.

Great trails that are a short distance from Regina. on a hot day it is great to take a break at the beach. In the winter great for snowshoeing.

Don't be fooled by the 26 km length into thinking you need to hike the whole. Saskatoon is called the City Of Bridges for a reason and depending on which bridges you take, you can hike from a .5 hour to 3 hrs. Lots of stops along the way for coffee, meals and picnics through the heart of the city.

Amazing city, amazing views, amazing trail. I’ll be returning to this wonderful place.

walking
8 months ago

This is all Saskatoon has to offer for trails or this type of natural beauty. Funding was cut recently for Meewasin Valley which is a sad day for those conservation minded individuals. Many homeless people setting up camps and leaving their garbage (toilet paper throughout the trees, sleeping bags and blankets tossed on the ground and many plastics / sharp litter clutter the shore front. I was out walking my dog along the Sutherland Dog Park that connects the trail and came across 3 used needles just sitting right off the trail. Absolutely this trail on both sides of the river are used as dumping grounds. What a shame when it’s Saskatoon’s ONLY trail.

mountain biking
8 months ago

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Our favourite goto family place! If we don't go there for 2 or more weeks, we feel something is missing!

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