Southern Saskatchewan: Provincial Mountains

Moose Mountain Range

The main mountain range in Saskatchewan is the Moose Mountain Range in the Southeast part of Saskatchewan, Canada. The mountains extend to the Manitoba border, and the highest peak is 2,725 feet. The range encompasses Moose Mountain Provincial Park, and many tourist attractions including resorts, hiking trails, crystal lakes, and abundant forests.

Moose Mountain Provincial Park

Visit Moose Mountain Provincial Park where you’ll find a range of exciting tourist attractions. Discover the aspen and white birch forests while watching wildlife and sightseeing. Take a 2 hour hike to Beaver Lake for a fun family adventure. Go pike fishing at Kenosee Lake and enjoy the quaintness of resort village Kenosee. In Kenosee you’ll find a haunted nightclub, normal nightclubs, bars, restaurants, stores, go-carting, and a waterslide complex! Camp at Fish Creek and Lynwood campgrounds and enjoy some good times around the campfire. Moose Mountain Provincial Park also features two excellent 18-hole golf courses, riding stables, a mini-golf facility, casinos, and tennis courts.
Contact: Phone: 306-577-2600

Blue Mountain Outdoor Adventure Centre
Enjoy Saskatchewan’s mountains to their fullest at the Blue Mountain Outdoor Adventure Centre, where you can cross country ski, snowboard, toboggan, skate, and hike. Don’t forget to visit Jackfish Lake, Table Mountain, and the Gold Eagle Casino in North Battleford! Stay for two nights in cozy cabin accommodations overlooking the mountain wilderness, and on weekends enjoy entertainment at Blackjack’s Saloon.

Phone: 306-445-4941