Saskatchewan Books
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Saskatchewan
 
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Discover Saskatchewan - A User's Guide to Regional Parks is a detailed and complete guide to over 100 regional parks scattered throughout the province. The parks provide over 5000 campsites, hundreds of hiking trails, paddling rivers and lakes, biking trails, nature observation and overall, just so many great places to kick back and relax. You'll find information on each park's location, the number of campsites, services available, history, hiking trails, recreational facilities and of course contact information. The book includes regional maps with numbered indicators to help you locate each park.  
Discover Saskatchewan - A User's Guide to Regional Parks

Author: Micheal Clancy & Anna Clancy
Publisher: Canadian Plains Research Center
Paperback: 230 pages

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The Ecoregions of Saskatchewan
  The Ecoregions of Saskatchewan provides a well organized and thorough look at Saskatchewan from an ecological perspective. For those who have never wandered far from the Trans Canada Highway, you will be surprise at Saskatchewan's remarkable diversity. There are four main ecozones in the province, which are sub-divided into eleven ecoregions. You'll find an introduction onto the classification system used, followed by explanations of the provinces geology, hydrology, climate, soil and wildlife, along with details on human impact. In the chapters that follow, each of the eleven regions is examined in detail, painting an interesting picture of a complex land and its wealth of interdependencies.

Author: Donald F. Acton, Glen A. Padbury, Colette T. Stushnoff
Publisher: Canadian Plains Research Center
Paperback: 205 pages

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Northern Saskatchewan Canoe Trips
  Northern Saskatchewan Canoe Trips: A Guide to 15 Wilderness Rivers One of Canada's best canoe destinations, Northern Saskatchewan provides a wide variety of experiences for the paddler. The book discusses both the river history and the requirements for running them. You'll find details on the routes, such as places to camp, what to avoid, the rapids and of course the distance and length of each. This is the only source of information for some of the rivers described in the book.

Author: Laurel Archer
Publisher: The Boston Mills Press, 2003
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Note: Saskatchewan Trails - A Guide to Nature Walks and Easy Hikes by Robin and Arlene Karpan describes dozens of hikes in the province.

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