Sea plane viewed through the sailboat’s rigging on Amisk Lake.
Most people don’t know that Saskatchewan has 100,000 lakes–instead, we have a reputation for flat prairie land and oceans of wheat fields.
In fact, the great plains of North America end where the Qu’Appelle Valley cuts across Saskatchewan around 130 miles north of the U.S. border. Not that all the land south of that line is prairie either, as it includes the cypress uplands of the Cypress Hills, the Badlands of southwestern Saskatchewan, and the aspen parklands of southeast Saskatchewan.
Anyway, back to the lakes! Today, I’d like to take you to Denare Beach, a northern village in Saskatchewan, on the edge of Amisk Lake.
Boat dock on Amisk Lake
Boating fun on Amisk Lake
Sailboat dropped anchor on Amisk Lake.
Linda Aksomitis on the sailboat. Island on Amisk Lake in the background.
Sailing back into Denare Beach on Amisk Lake.
You can experience paddling on Amisk Lake too with this YouTube video: