[Surviving] Camping with Teens

It’s vacation time. You’ve spent weeks prepping and packing, drawing up meal plans and ensuring everything is taken care of for your relaxing camping getaway with the family. You’ve plotted roadside stops and are proud how prepared you’ll be for your time away. There’s only one challenge standing in your way. Your children - more specifically, your teenage children.

Sep 11 2020




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3 Trails for Winter Hiking in Northern Saskatchewan

Winter hikes make great day trips – when many of Saskatchewan’s hiking trails become cross-country skiing, fat biking and snowshoeing trails.
Mar 29 2020

Exploring the Wilderness of Wildcat Hill Provincial Park and Hudson Bay

Soft pillows of snow are piled more than a foot high on drooping branches of jack pine, spruce and fir in the boreal forest in northeast Saskatchewan. 
Mar 18 2020

The SaskHiker: 48 Hours in Prince Albert National Park in Winter

Prince Albert National Park magical place is full of opportunity for anyone who is willing to step outside and take command of winter. What I discovered shouldn’t just be my secret. I want you to discover it too.
Mar 16 2020

Most Romantic Winter Hideaways

Pop quiz, readers. This winter, would you rather: a) snuggle with your snookums, b) hole up with your honey, or c) fraternize with your flame? 
Mar 15 2020

How to Dress for Winter with The SaskHiker

Often when I tell people that I hike, run, bike or ski in the winter they think I’m crazy. Being active outside in the winter is a beautiful and rewarding experience. My goal is to share what I have learned about dressing properly for outdoor winter fun.
Mar 09 2020

Cross Country Skiing into the Ski Shelters at Duck Mountain Provincial Park

Ashlyn George gears up for an overnight cross-country skiing adventure in Duck Mountain Provincial Park. Staying in one of five warm up shelters along the 50 kilometres of groomed trails.
Mar 06 2020