Canadese prairie provincie, waarvan het grootste deel van de bevolking in het zuidelijke deel van de provincie woont en leeft.
Saskatchewan is surrounded in
the west by Alberta, in the north by the Northwest Territories, in the east by Manitoba, and in the south by the American states of Montana and North Dakota.
Moments you'll never forget.
Canoe the historic Churchill River on a hot July day. Hike through the cool boreal forest on a misty morning. Ride on horseback across the open range. Spend a lazy day at the beach. Fly over unnamed
lakes to legendary fly-in fishing camps. When you're in Saskatchewan, live every moment.
Over 100,000 lakes, some so crystal clear you can see fish at the bottom. The badlands of Big Muddy,
Killdeer and Frenchman River. The highlands of Cypress Hills and Duck Mountain. The healing waters of Manitou Springs Mineral Spa. Every region is distinct in its landscape, culture, history and
Regio's in Saskatchewan: East Central Region, Southeast Region, Southwest Region, The North and West Central Region
Hoofdstad van Saskatchewan: Regina.
autoverhuur, hotels, reisbureaus, reisgidsen, reizen naar saskatchewan
Camp Canada - Camping / Campgrounds
Wilderness campsites | Full facility campgrounds for RVs | Quiet scenic sites | Trailer parks with all amenities
for families | Camping resorts | RV parks.
Hotels in Saskatchewan
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Booking - Hotels in Saskatchewan
Explore Regina - Hotels in Regina & Southern SAS
Hostels Yukon / Jeugdherbergen
Backpackers Hostels Canada - backpacker gemeenschap in Canada
YMCA -YWCA - Youth Hostels Canada
National Parks / Regional Parks
Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park
Where elevation takes you into a secret place filled with forests of pine and spruce mixed with lush fescue grasslands.
Moose Mountain Provincial Park - zuidoostelijke regio
An elevated plateau of aspen forest, rolling hills, lakes and ponds rising from the surrounding prairies. The
poplar and birch forests of Moose Mountain Provincial Park and its hilly topography provide ideal conditions for
camping, hiking and a host of outdoor activities. Kenosee Superslides and Kenosee Lake Village services adjacent to the park.
Saskatchewan Parks [ parken in Saskatchewan ]
Provincial Parks, Provincial Canoe Routes, Education Programs, Maps, Brochures & Other Documents.
Saskatchewan Regional Parks [ regionale parken ]
Parcs Canada - Grasslands en Prince Albert
On behalf of the people of Canada, they protect and present nationally significant examples of Canada's
natural and cultural heritage and foster public understanding, appreciation and enjoyment in ways that ensure their ecological and commemorative integrity for present and future generations.
Reisbureau / Reisorganisatie
BBI Travel -
Canada aanbiedingen, Fly Drive, Camperhuur, Camper rondreizen, Hotelrondreizen, B&B rondreizen, Cabins & chalets rondreis, Cityhotels & Ministays, Sportvisreizen.
Regel je eigen onderdak en vervoer
Tunnels of Moose Jaw - national and provincial award winning attraction
The history behind the legendary tunnels of Al Capone and his cohorts below the streets of Moose Jaw have
come to life, for both the believers and skeptics. Two tours, one telling the age old story of the infamous Al
Capone's visits to Moose Jaw in the 1920s, the other the compelling Canadian story of Chinese immigration around 1900.
Windows on the Wild - Wolves and Wildlife in Winter - Land of the Loon Resort
You'll spend unforgettable days traversing the 'wolf country' of Prince Albert National Park, a wilderness of
almost 4,000 sq. km., by snowshoe, dog sled and vehicle. Day by day you build a repertoire of experiences in
the boreal forest connected with the life of the Grey Wolf, its ecology and environment. This is the realm of
the wolf, moose, otter, fox and elk and others. With your guides you will search for these elusive boreal creatures.
Reisgids / Reisliteratuur Saskatchewan
Wegenkaart - landkaart Saskatchewan
ITMB; ISBN: 9781553418184; 1:900.000.
A User's Guide to Saskatchewan Parks
Paperback; 444 Blz.; Canadian Plains Research Center; juli 2006; Taal Engels; ISBN-10: 0889771987; ISBN-13: 978-0889771987
Holidayhomes.ca - Vacation accommodation in Saskatchawan
Holiday Junction - Canada Accommodation, Lodging
Vervoer / Hoe kom ik in Saskatchewan
Luchthaven Regina - Regina Airport
Onderdeel van Highways & Transportation - zie Travellers's Information / Air Information
Flight Operations [ Aviation Weather Web Site, Register to File a Flight Plan Over the Internet [PDF], NOTAM, Aeronautical Information Products, Operations Report, ANS Programs, Local Area Weather Manuals and more
[ ebookers ]
Vliegtickets - goedkoop vliegen naar Saskatchewan
Diverse aanbieders / prijsvergelijking mogelijk.
Viarail, Canada - Canadese Spoorwegen - trein routeplanner / reisplanner
Weather Office Canada - het weer in Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan Toerisme - Land van de levendige luchten
Regina - City of Regina - Hoofdstad van Saskatchewan
Regina - Toerisme Regina - Oase op de prarie
"Thuisbasis van de Mounties", the "Queen City", "Fun, Festive, Friendly". All of these taglines are great descriptions of the city, but why not come see for yourself!
Regina - Regina Downtown
Downtown Regina is Saskatchewan's premiere destination for a cosmopolitan mix of retail shops, specialty boutiques, culture, entertainment and fine dining.
East Central Region - East Central Saskatchewan Tourism
From the Precambrian wilderness to the rolling prairie, encompassing natural beauty, exciting cities and
fascinating communities, the East Central tourism region is a blend of cultures, attractions and great hospitality.
Highlights of this region include world renowned healing waters, churches painted in the tradition of the great
European masters, fascinating historical sites, and culture at every turn. East Central has four provincial
parks including Good Spirit Lake, Duck Mountain, Greenwater Lake and Wildcat Hill. Add to that regional and community parks, as well as superb golf courses.
Southeast Region - South East Saskatchewan's Tourism Region
To travel south east Saskatchewan is to wend your way through a varied landscape that includes an ancient
valley of lakes, unusual rock formations, and a high country plateau of dense forest. Not a typical prairie,
although the wide vistas of the southern grainbelt are very evident in the south east. But there is also the
broad Qu'Appelle Valley, which extends right across the region with its rugged hills and fluted folds providing a stunning backdrop to lakes and parks.
In winter, snowcover provides ideal conditions for cross-country skiers and snowmobile enthusiasts who enjoy the relatively mild weather with which the southern part of the province is blessed.
Saskatchewan's Southeast Region is home to Canada's sunshine capital Estevan, which averages nearly seven hours of sunshine each and every day.
Southwest Region - Southwest Saskatchewan Tourism
Southwest Saskatchewan comes alive in the summer months, from the pristine waters and beaches of Lake Diefenbaker to the towering lodgepole pines of Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park.
The North - Northern Saskatchewan Tourism - Er valt altijd iets te ontdekken
Saskatchewan's Northern region is the province's largest tourism playground, offering over 200,000 sq.
kilometers of four-season, non-stop fun! If you like snowmobiling, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, ice
fishing, sightseeing, or just want to be someplace secluded with a fireplace and hot tub, you've come to the right place!
Hundreds of kilometers of groomed snowmobile trails will take you through snow-laden pines, and dogsleds
wind their way through the boreal forest and over frozen lakes, under the glow of the Northern Lights.
Groomed cross-country ski trails take off in all directions, crossing silent, snow-laden forests, frozen lakes
and gently rolling hills. Winter festivals and snowmobile rallies add to the enjoyment of the season.
West Central Region - Saskatchewan West Central Tourism
From the quiet meander of the Battle, to the mighty forces of the South and North Saskatchewan, rivers form
an important part of the landscape here. Crucial to the fur trade and the province's early development, these moving waters and their shores provide some of Saskatchewan's most beautiful scenery.
Natural areas abound, including outdoor playgrounds like Jackfish Lake, bordered by The Battlefords
Provincial Park and other resort communities. Near Manito Lake, go on guided horseback trips through a vast area of unspoiled prairie, hills and rugged lakeshores in the Great Manito Sand Hills.
This is also the land of Louis Riel, who led his Metis people in an armed uprising against the Canadian government in 1885. Batoche National Historic Site preserves the memory of Riel and his cause.
Events ranging from fishing tournaments and country fairs, to sports days and rodeos with chuckwagons
and chariot races add to the region's strong heritage and culture. Don't miss the annual Goose Festival in
Kindersley in September. Or, for something on the unusual side, check out the greyhound races at Pilot Butte,
the "bones" tournament in Macklin, or the derby at Eston, where the race contestants are gophers!
Moose Jaw - City of Moose Jaw - Noordelijke toegangspoort Zuidwest Saskatchewan
Nipawin - Nipawin.com - ca. 141 km oostelijk van Prince Albert
Resort community nestled between the twin lakes (Tobin Lake and Codette Lake) features world class angling, championship golf and unforgettable experiences.
Prince Albert - het Noorden - City of Prince Albert
Prince Albert is your starting point for explorations north. Prince Albert National Park anchors a surrounding
vacation resort area that boasts outstanding golf courses and vacation/resort amenities at McPhee, Emma, Christopher, Anglin and Candle Lakes. Further west, Meadow Lake Provincial Park has more than 900
campsites and top-notch interpretive programs; to the north east, there's superb fishing and whitewater
canoeing at Lac La Ronge Provincial Park. But that's just the beginning. World-class angling, canoeing and luxury resorts await in the far north.
Saskatoon - City of Saskatoon - Toeristenbureau - Tourism Saskatoon
Saskatoon is a four season destination with much to offer visitors. History comes alive at many exceptional
museums such as the Western Development Museum and its popular Mainstreet Boomtown 1910. Six thousand years of habitation can be explored at Wanuskewin Heritage Park.
Saskatoon is centrally located in the province of Saskatchewan, situated on the banks of the south
Saskatchewan river. Saskatoon is one of the sunniest cities in Canada, receiving an average of 2,381 hours
annually. The city lies 780 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg, a little over 520 kilometres southeast of Edmonton, and just over 300 kilometres north of the U.S. border.
Shell Lake - Oasis of the Parklands
One of the most picturesque communities in the Parklands, surrounded by lakes, hills, forest and farmland.
Here you can fish, swim, canoe, hike, go on horseback rides, take an overnight wagon trek, golf at our 18-hole course, try miniature golfing, or just relax at your campsite by the lake.
Tisdale - Town of Tisdale
The settlement of Tisdale officially began in 1904 with the arrival of the Canadian Northern Railway, later
known as the Canadian National Railway. The Community was originally known as "Doghide" after the
Doghide River that flows nearby, but with the arrival of the railway the community was renamed "Tisdale" in honor of F.W. Tisdale, an employee of the CN Railway
Weyburn - City of Weyburn
If the Wild West catches your interest, stop at the Outlaw Caves in the Coronach area. Such famous outlaws such as Sam Kelly and Butch Cassidy used these caves as hideouts in the 1800s.
In 1991, bones of a Tyrannosaurus rex were discovered in the Frenchman River Valley by local school
teacher, Robert Gebhardt, with staff from the RSM. It was not until the summer of 1994 that palaeontologists
from the Royal Saskatchewan Museum began excavating this dinosaur now fondly called "Scotty". Scotty is the first skeleton of a T.rex found in Saskatchewan.
Great Canadian Fossil Trail
Links "dinosaur" sites and communities across Western Canada and Northwestern U.S.A.
Fort Walsh - national historic site
Misunderstanding about a missing horse resulted in a massacre of Nakoda people near the trading post of Abel Farwell on June 1st, 1873.
After the Cypress Hills Massacre, the North West Mounted Police were established and sent West. In 1875 they built Fort Walsh while under the command of James Morrow Walsh.
Lake Diefenbaker - Discover Lake Diefenbaker [ ontdek het Diefenbaker Meer ]
If an outdoor experience is what you're looking for plan to visit Lake Diefenbaker. This lake is 255 km long and
is surrounded by 800 km of shoreline. As "Saskatchewan's Great Lake", it offers some of the best fishing and camping around.
Old Forts Trail - Fort Benton
An International Trail celebrating the historic links between Fort Walsh, Fort Benton, Fort Assinniboine, Fort Battleford and Fort Whoop Up.
The Big Muddy [ near Big Beaver ] in south-central Saskatchewan was the only Canadian stop on the Outlaw
Trail. The Outlaw Trail [ which ran from Canada to Mexico ] was used by Butch Cassidy and his gang, and by cattle and horse thieves. The Big Muddy Badlands had deep coulees and caves which were perfect places for the outlaws to hideout.
Turtle Lake Monster - see The Fish Aren't Talking
There are stories told about a sea monster that lives in Turtle Lake. People have given many different descriptions of the monster which they say is definitely not a fish.
Moose Jaw Times Herald
The Moose Jaw Times was founded by J.N. McDonald as a weekly, in 1889. The first edition rolled off the press April 2, 1889.
Powwow Power - Information about Powwows and Other Related Topics
Included is a history and description of a powwow, description of powwow dancers, drums and songs as well as basic etiquette.
SaskBiz - comprehensive listing of information on communities and regions in Saskatchewan
Local Geography, Community History, Economic Information, Local Attractions, and Other Community Information
Web site is about helping the people of Saskatchewan connect to the resources they need in the areas of
jobs, work, education and training, career planning, self-employment, labour market information, financial help and the workplace
Sask Schools - scholennetwerk - zie Web-Based Resources, or Learning Objects
Sask Youth Net
Portal to the latest information, tips and news about school, career, health, money and more.
Listings Saskatchewan - Saskatchewanse oekmachine - directory
Wapiti National Library - Links
If discovering Saskatchewan's forgotten history is what you are looking for, stop by the T.rex Discovery
Centre in Eastend, or visit Fort Walsh National Historic Site where a guide will take you through the lawless whisky trade and the Cypress Hills Massacre.
Saskatchewans History - Wikipedia
Prior to European settlement, Saskatchewan was settled by Athabaskan, Algonquian, and Sioux tribes. The
first European to enter Saskatchewan was Henry Kelsey in 1690, who travelled up the Saskatchewan River
in hopes of trading fur with the province's indigenous peoples. The first permanent European settlement was a Hudson's Bay Company post at Cumberland House founded by Samuel Hearne in 1774...
Wanuskewin Heritage Park - The findings date back more than 8000 years
Findings that are older than the Great Pyramids of Egypt right there in Saskatchewan. The site contains tipi
rings, stone cairns, a medicine wheel and many more findings that give us a picture of what life was like on the Great Plains a very long time ago .
Muziek & Cultuur
Moose Mountain area
The region's aboriginal culture and heritage here are especially strong, and several of Saskatchewan's largest powwows are hosted here by First Nations.