Eb’s Trails are just 17km north of Duck Lake, Saskatchewan on Highway 11 and offer a great day escape from the city. There are 52km of trails that intersect throughout the network that has been built by the Saskatoon Nordic Ski Club. These trails are specifically designed for Nordic or Cross-Country skiing and in the winter can only be used for skiers. If you don’t own a pair of ski’s there are many places that will rent you a pair for the day.
This trail system is within Central Saskatchewan but it looks nothing like the prairies of the south. Just on the edge of the boreal forest, it offers picturesque scenery of the forest only 60 minutes from Saskatoon.
I could spend weeks posting about Saskatchewan’s parks, but we have the whole country to cover in four months. So I will move on to our first major stop – Prince Albert National Park.
However, if you want to see beautiful pictures of winter in Saskatchewan parks, along with activities, trail distances (hiking, snowmobiling, skiing etc) follow this link:
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ON TO PRINCE ALBERT!