Saskatchewan Scenic Drives by Robin Karpan

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Explore Saskatchewan's Scenic Wonders Just in time for summer, Saskatchewan Scenic Drives by Robin and Arlene Karpan, is a guidebook that will help you explore the scenic wonders of Saskatchewan--all by car. Saskatchewan Scenic Drives takes you off the major highways and into Saskatchewan's scenic heartland. Follow secondary highways, grid roads, and backroads to spectacular river valleys, forested lakelands, wild badlands, secret hideaways, and awesome vistas. Over 40 fabulous drives throughout Saskatchewan are profiled in the 240-page book that's packed with detailed directions, 45 maps, and 120 b&w photographs to help you plan your trips. Drive a third of the way across Saskatchewan entirely in the Qu'Appelle Valley. Take a little-known backroad through the Big Muddy Badlands. Discover Saskatchewan's biggest tree in a beautiful river valley, or wander through the Thickwood Hills to the other-worldly "Crooked Trees". Drive right beside massive sand dunes, cliff-top viewpoints, prairie dog towns, or an exotic tropical-like fern forest. "This book is for those who consider the enjoyment of the journey more important than getting somewhere the quickest possible way," says Robin Karpan. "It's amazing what you can find by even going a little way off the beaten track," adds Arlene. "Every part of Saskatchewan has spectacular countryside only a short drive away."


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