People in Saskatchewan are known for talking about the weather, especially when it's cold outside. Let's start talking about something different than how cold it is or if we should drive our snowmobiles into work today.
Here are the Top Five things to do in Saskatchewan during our beautiful winter season.
Dog Sledding is a truly unique experience, and Saskatchewan has the perfect conditions to check this cool adventure off of your list. This adventure will take you back in time just like the explorers of old.
You can go for an hour or be a little more adventurous and book an overnight backcountry expedition.
Visit Sundogs Excursions to book your trip.
Grab your pole and bring along a few friends for an exciting day out on the ice. Ice fishing is a relaxing way to spend any winter day, whether in a simple ice fishing tent or a custom built ice fishing hut.
With over 10,000 lakes, your next fishing adventure is only a short drive away.
Visit Tourism Saskatchewan to map out a few fishing hot spots near you.
Nothing says Saskatchewan like the sound of the puck hitting the boards and skates digging into the ice. This winter pack up our skates, stick and favorite jersey and hit up your local outdoor rink.
Table Mountain Regional Park
Open seven days a week, Table Mountain Regional Park is a great way to spend time with family and friends during winter. Table Mountain has everything you need from ski rentals to ski lessons for beginners.
Kids don't like to ski? Table Mountain offers a tube zone which will get your adrenaline pumping.
One of the newest trends for winter activities is fat biking. So what is fat biking? Fat bikes are like regular mountain bikes but have extremely fat tires. The idea behind the tires is that the width allows riders to have better riding experience and float over snow instead of sinking. Fat bikes offer a fantastic experience in the winter season and help save on gas bills.
Want more info on fat bikes, check out the loop.
So no matter the temperature, go enjoys all that Saskatchewan has to offer during winter.