If you’re brave enough to endure the frigid Saskatchewan winter, online are now open at several , a report said.
The winter Cypress Hills, Duck Mountain, Echo Valley, , , and Pike Lake .options are available at Buffalo Pound,
Nightlycosts are reduced from November 1 through March 31 because of decreased services during the winter.
Electricalcost $29 per night, while non-electrical cost $16 per night.
If you’re a Cypress Hills.and need a little more comfort and warmth, three -Easy yurts are offered at Echo Lake while two -Easy are available at
The-Easy cost $65 per night and can be reserved in advance online. The include cots, chairs, a gas stove, a wash bin, and an ax.
To make winter Cypress Hills.more enjoyable, various programs and events are offered in the , like Trim Your Tree at
Beginning November 27, guests can cut Christmas trees from a designated area in the.
“We know many families will be staying close to home again this season, so we want to ensure there will be a variety of nearby winter experiences and overnight opportunities available for everyone to enjoy,”, Culture and Sport Minister Laura Ross said.
The lights festival will also return at Pike Lake and Candle Lake this winter. It will feature light shows supported by local organizations and families.
Candle Lake’s celebration will run on Wednesdays and Sundays from December 17 and end on New Year’s Eve. It will include snow castles building,, and hot chocolate.
Valid permits for entry intoare required throughout the year for . 2021 permits expire on March 31, 2022 and can be bought at $40.
The following guided programs and activities are also available starting Nov. 27:
- “Marvel at the Night Sky” – Fridays at 7:30 p.m. – Around a warm , discover Hollywood blockbuster films whose tales are told across the night sky.
- “Move it or Luge It” – Saturdays at 10 a.m. – Fly down the mini luge track with a saucer-style sled and take part in a series of fun winter challenges.
- “Cypress Snowshoe” – Saturdays at 2 p.m. – Join interpreters on a guided snowshoe hike through the snow-covered Lodgepole pines.