October 3, 2019
September long weekend has come and gone and with it the promise of summer. Once the kids are back at school and summer vacations are over, some may feel that they need to wait ano...
February 6, 2019
As another polar vortex makes nestles itself across North America for a long deep slumber we all begin the ritual of bitching and moaning about the cold. We shut down all our plann...
December 4, 2018
Kingsmere River Trail
How many times in a week do you hear, “Winter is so long and brutal here in Saskatchewan! I can’t wait for summer!”
Saskatchewanians love to complain about win...
October 24, 2018
This story was originally presented to a room of people at IGNYTE, hosted by SYPE Saskatoon.
While my name is Jay Brown, to some I am known as SaskHiker.
So, what is SaskHiker?
September 21, 2018
Biking to work
Okay, before we begin - I want everyone reading this to take a deep breath and put aside the whole 'bike vs. car' debate and just hear me out. This isn't a 'Pro-Bik...
August 1, 2018
I have been asked this question a thousand times - "Do you know of any hiking or outdoor groups in Saskatchewan?" and until now I had no answer.
I figured if I asked the SaskHiker...
January 12, 2018
It's time to face the cold
It happened again - much of Saskatchewan has been sucked into the depths of a frigid hell, with temperatures crashing like the 2014 price of oil to -40C....
July 18, 2017
Five friends and I recently spent 3 days on the stunning South Saskatchewan River where we paddled from Outlook to Saskatoon. This easy, pleasurable and rewarding paddle is the per...
June 28, 2017
Our Nation's birthday is rapidly approaching. The best gift we as citizens of this giant chunk of rock get is an extra day off to spend time exploring what makes this country great...
June 7, 2017
Located in the far southeast corner of the Prince Albert National Park is the Elk Trail - a 53km trail built by conscientious objectors during World War 2. These workers carved out...
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