Ride Guide

A Guide to Riding in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan has many cycling opportunities of which some are highlighted on this page.

Please note: if you are cycling/touring through Saskatchewan, contact Tourism Saskatchewan for information: Tourism Sask

If you are looking for highway maps – try out Ministry of Highways for maps:

or Ministry of Highways travel info:

Saskatchewan Mountain Bike Manual and Trail Guide

Saskatchewan Trails:

Wascana Trails, with a new article , June 1, 2011
Regina Beach, with an update to Buena Vista on May 30, 2005
Echo Valley Provincial Park
Esterhazy – Qu’Appelle Valley added February 2011
The IMBA crew visited Esterhazy Oct 2010: article: IMBAcanada
Buffalo Pound Provincial Park, updated October 2012
Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park
Moose Mountain Provincial Park
Blackstrap Provincial Park
The Battlefords
Duck Mountain Provincial Park
Lac La Ronge Provincial Park
Meadow Lake
Prince Albert & Prince Albert National Park, article from 2011
Anglin Lake Recreation Site
Candle Lake Provincial Park

Other Trails not listed in the guide:
Trans Canada Trail in Wakamow (Moose Jaw)

Road Riding routes:
Saskatoon – Langham – Dalmeny
Moose Jaw Area
added March 18, 2011
Saskatoon – Pike Lake – Vanscoy Route, added Feb 1, 2011

The Manual:

The Environment & You
Choosing the Right Clothing
Tools of the Trade
Food for Performance
Warming Up/Cool Down & Mounting Your Bike
Proper Pedaling & Changing Gears
Proper Braking Techniques & Riding Over Obstacles
Climbing & Descending
Winter Riding
Cleaning Your Bike
The Saskatchewan Mountain Bike Manual and Trail Guide was written by: Marcus C. Horeak (1996)

The Saskatchewan Cycling Association would like to thank the following for their contributions to this project: Warren Lister, Denise Eberle, Saul Lipton, Sask Environment & Resource Management, Fred, Freddie and Lawrence Vandelinden, Curt Moosehunter, Miles Sepos, Saskatchewan Ski Association, Cory Forrest, Mike Flemming, Guy McInnis, Jon Bath, Big Ed Kinash, Marni and Lorne Sier, George and Daryl in Saskatoon, Gerald Reshetnyk, Joanne Unger, Neil Clarke, Donna Shire, Peter Pazdera, and Shelley Horn.

Updated by Pat Rediger (2001)

Saskatchewan Cycle Touring Guide