Saskatchewan travelers choose from 10 Best Western hotels.
Saskatchewan, draped in winter's snow, transforms into a classic Canadian winter playground filled with activities. Ski in Kamsack, a little over an hour northeast of Yorkton, enjoy ice fishing at Lake Diefenbaker, or skate the ice at Archibald Arena in Saskatoon.
Head to Regina, the capital, and explore the Mission Ridge Winter Park for the thrills (and spills) of winter skiing. Just over an hour to the northeast, Mission Ridge features 25 acres of winter terrain, including the Half-Mile Highway, the easiest of all the runs.
Two hours west of Prince Albert is Ski Timber Ridge at Big River - enjoy the challenge of six different runs varying from 1,300 to 2,600 feet. For more options, head to the Table Mountain Ski Area, less than two hours from Saskatoon, or check out Wapiti Valley Ski in Melfort.
This winter in Saskatchewan, check out this incredible road trip idea in central SK, explore the mighty Grasslands National Park with day of hiking, or spend a day in Regina. The kids will love a visit to the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo.
Explore the pristine ice skating and ice fishing Saskatchewan offers. In Saskatoon, skate the popular Cosmo Arena, or the Kinsmen Arena. In Regina, check out the M.J. Coldwell Park and Dr. Ferguson Park - both excellent skating options. And for the fishing fanatic, enjoy the challenge of ice fishing at Last Mountain Lake.