Canada - Saskatchewan (Chapter)
This is the Saskatchewan chapter from Lonely Planet's Canada guidebook.
To paraphrase an old line, there are no boring parts of Saskatchewan, just boring visitors. Yes much of it is flat, there's not a lot of people here, the two major towns define the vaguely complimentary 'nice' and so on. But that simply means that the savvy visitor is ready to dig deep to discover the province's inherent appeal.
- honor the brave revolutionaries at moody Batoche, where Louis Riel almost beat the Canadian army
- quaff a fine Bushwakker brew made with local barley in Regina
- don a watermelon hat at an insane Roughriders game in Regina with some of Canadian football’s most ardent fans
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Regina & around, Qu'appelle Valley, Regina Beach, Moose Jaw, Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, Eastend, Val Marie, Grasslands National Park, Moose Mountain Provincial Park, Yorkton, Veregin, Saskatoon & around, Wanuskewin Heritage Park, The Battlefords, Prince Albert, Prince Albert National Park, La Ronge & around and The Far North.
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