Team Building Ideas

Trails and Riding

Height of the Land – (Prince Albert National Park – Waskesiu)

Get a bird-eye view of Prince Albert National Park at the Height of the Land viewing area or take in numerous land or water trails within the park. Paddling guides, hiking maps and naturalists are available to enhance your experience. Park staff can recommend the right trail for you and your team. Try geo-caching within the park, it’s a great way to familiarize yourself with the landscape and work in a team.

Wild West Side – (Prince Albert National Park – West Side)

Ride with the Sturgeon River Ranch gang and explore the unique terrain of Prince Albert National Park via horseback. Gord’s crew knows horses and the best trails for the most opportunities to view a variety of wildlife and scenic vistas. This award-winning company known for his passion for wildlife, conservation and a good story will build the confidence in your team while riding from two hours to an overnight adventure. A local, family-run adventure company with great knowledge of the area’s history and wildlife will leave you more familiar with this amazing region in Saskatchewan and will lure you back for more fun.

Big River Adventure (Big River)

Hike snowmobile or take your quad on the trails at Ski Timber Ridge or the cross-country trails at Ness Creek Campground and through-out Big River. Group skiing and meeting options at the new chalet at Ski Timber Ridge are a great winter option. Book a moonlight ski at Ness Creek Campground and hop in the sauna afterwards. We can lead you through the woods and teach you sustainable winter camping practises.

Lake to Lake (District of Lakeland)

Explore the trails all year-round in the District of Lakeland and the lakes within the area from the Village of Christopher Lake, Emma Lake and Anglin Lake. The Great Blue Heron Provincial Park and surrounding area have a great network of hiking, skiing and snowshoeing trails to an amazing, groomed network of trails for snowmobilers. You can work with Provincial Parks staff during May to August for group camping and hiking, activity suggestions. Try some yoga on the beach!

Elk at ElkRidge? (Elk Ridge Resort)

Elk Ridge Resort is named that for a reason and she doesn’t disappoint! There are many elks, white-tailed deers, and other boreal forest wildlife roaming the resort all year-round. Try the network of trails among the three-nine-hole award-winning golf courses and see why this resort has been ranked one the best places to place golf in Saskatchewan for the sheer beauty of the vistas themselves. Try some geo-caching or rent some skis, snowshoes or skates to explore the outdoors with your team!

 

Customized itineraries are available upon request.

For more information about customizing itineraries, contact us at:
306-940-7243, groups@waskesiuwildernessregion.com