Category : Saskatchewan

Cypress Hills Centre Block Saskatchewan Lookout Point

Lookout Point Lookout Point is on the way to Bald Butte and sits at an elevation of 1275 m so not quite as high as Bald Butte but close. This viewpoint looks to the north and on a clear day you can see the town of Maple Creek and maybe even The Great Sand Hills further to the north.   …

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Cypress Hills Centre Block Saskatchewan Meadows Campground

We departed Grasslands National Park and made our way to Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, AKA CHIPP.   Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park is an area in southwestern Saskatchewan and southeastern Alberta and has the highest point between Labrador and the Rocky Mountains. It is a unique topography as the pine forest hills jut out in the middle of the prairies at …

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Grasslands National Park Saskatchewan

Grasslands National Park is divided into 2 sections, the West Block and the East Block. They are separated by a distance of about 100 miles.  The West Block is centered about the Frenchman River Valley and the East Block is centered on the Kildeer Badlands. We only visited the West Block. Val Marie Val Marie is just across the US/Canadian …

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Grasslands National Park Saskatchewan

We departed James Kipp and headed north via Malta and Loring Montana before entering Saskatchewan.   We then crossed the border into Saskatchewan and headed to Val Marie and on to Grasslands National Park. The road once we entered Canada was rough and narrow and luckily was not heavily traveled as it would have been a tight squeeze if we …

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