SCA Ride Guide: reporting on some of the best places to
cycle in the province of Saskatchewan.
Saskatoon – Langham - Dalmeny
The Saskatoon – Langham – Dalmeny route
is another of the many routes that is utilized by Saskatoon’s Horizon 100
Bike Club. The Horizon 100 Cycling
Club has provided some first hand directions for the route below.
This route is chosen when there is a northwest wind. Highway 16 to Langham then east to Dalmeny
for coffee at the local restaurant; on to Warman and back into Saskatoon by
Highway 11 and Warman Road. The road
to Langham can seem to be very long.
It is straight and flat. Go by
the weigh scales then turn to Dalmeny before you get to Langham. The Dalmeny Road is rough but quiet. There are waving wheat fields and now a
tailwind. After having a break at the
Dalmeny restaurant its back on the
road toward Warman. There are a few
trees for shelter. The road takes you
by Martensville and on to Warman.
There is an option to stop at the restaurant. Take the service road to No. 11
Highway. Ride on the shoulder. The traffic is heavy. Take Warman road back into the city and you
have just ridden 100 km.
Horizon 100 Cycling Club
Weather (so you can see where the wind is blowing from!)