It’s always a gamble when it comes to wildlife, but each winter, Prince Albert National Park is one of the best places to encounter the mythical gray wolf.
Weathered buttes, steep cliffs, and eroded sandstone caves greet visitors in Saskatchewan’s badlands, serving as hideouts for some of the wild west’s most infamous outlaws.
Straddling the borders two provinces, Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park contains the highest elevation between the Rockies and Labrador. This makes flying with Cypress Hills Eco Adventures particularly interesting
Beneath the streets of Moose Jaw lie a labyrinth of tunnels with a sordid history. Built to shelter Chinese immigrants, the Chicago Connection took over to create a bootlegger pipeline so rich authorities denied it for five decades.
Get your feet dirty and your hands wet canoeing this famed river, flowing across a series of lakes joined by rapids and falls, through pristine forests and Precambrian rocky outcroppings.
Crooked Bush is a grove of aspen trees that mysteriously twist, bend and rope around each other. Aspens usually stand tall, but this particular grove seems straight out of a Tim Burton movie.
Float for days on a mirror-glass glacial lake, surrounded by rocky islands of Canadian shield, under those clear, observatory-like prairie skies.
Grasslands National Park is Canada’s darkest Dark Sky Preserve, a romantic, fascinating mecca for stargazers that is protected from any form of artificial light.