Related Links

AdventureHers: All female club based in Regina which encourages women of all ages and abilities to participate in the sport of cycling and other outdoor and adventure activities.

Backroad Mapbooks: Provides maps of backroads in Canada, including southern Saskatchewan.

Canoe Ski: Western Canadian outdoor adventure company based out of Saskatoon.

E.T. Techtonics: A U.S.-based company that manufactures fibreglass bridges ideal for recreational trails.

Horseback Riding: Horseback riding adventures in Saskatchewan.

Native Plant Society of Saskatchewan: A non-profit group dedicated to raising awareness about, and preserving Saskatchewan's native plants.

Nature Saskatchewan: A non-profit conservation organization to protect Saskatchewan native species and eco-systems.

Regina Cycling Club: Dedicated to promoting bicycle racing in Regina.

Sask Tourism: The official site of Sask Tourism.

Saskatchewan Cross-Country Skiing: Areas and resorts in Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan Cycling Association: Provincial cycling association with links to local groups.

Saskatoon Cycling Association: Promotes bicycling for sport, recreation, and transportation.

Saskatoon Free-Net: Links to Saskatoon recreational sites.

Saskatchewan Trails Association Members

Meewasin Valley Authority: A conservation organization dedicated to conserving the natural and cultural heritage resources of the South Saskatchewan River Valley in Saskatoon and area.

Saskatchewan All Terrain Vehicle Association: Provincial body representing users of All Terrain Vehicles in Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association: Provincial body for snowmobiling in Saskatchewan.

Three Rivers Trail Association: Trail group based in Craik.


Alberta Trail Net: A provincial trail association in Alberta

Iron Horse Trail: A section of the Trans Canada Trail found in northern Alberta. With further development, the Iron Horse Trail will connect with the Trans Canada Trail in Saskatchewan

British Columbia

Trails BC: A provincial trails association in British Columbia.

Spirit of 2010 Trail: The organization promotes and maintains four major trails in the province.


Manitoba Recreational Trail Association: A provincial trail association in Manitoba.

Prairie Pathfinders: Women’s walking group in Winnipeg.

New Brunswick

New Brunswick Trails Council Inc: A provincial trails association.


Newfoundland T'Railway Council: A provincial trails association that focuses on converting old railway tracks into recreational trails.

Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia Trails Federation: A provincial trails association.

Northwest Territories

NWT Recreation and Parks Association: The NWT Recreation and Parks Association (NWTRPA) is a non-profit organization that works with communities across the NWT to promote a healthy and active lifestyle.


Ontario Trails Council: A provincial trails association.

Prince Edward Island

Island Trails: A provincial trails association.


Velo Quebec Association: A province-wide cycling association.

Route Verte: A 4,000 km bicycle route in Quebec.


Active Transportation-Canada: A blog dedicated to promoting active and sustainable transportation in Canada.

Canada Trails: One of the largest directories of trail sports on the web. Everything you need to know about self-propelled activities.

Canadian Trails Federation: National web site for trails in Canada.

Go For Green: National web site for trails in Canada. Notice: Go For Green has suspended operations until further notice. For more information, visit

Trans Canada Trail Foundation: National coordinating body for the Trans Canada Trail.

Trail Talk e-newsletter: An electronic newsletter with all the latest information about the Trans Canada Trail. Read the Spring 2009 edition of the Trail Talk e-newsletter.

Cycling Website of the Pedestrian and Bicycling Information Center.

Community Bicycle Network: An organization that promotes sustainable transportation in the City of Toronto.

Rails to Trails

Rails-to-Trails Conservancy: An organization that promotes railway to trail conversion in the United States.

Rails-With-Trails Report: A publication of the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration.

Cycling the Kettle Valley Railway: Information about the Kettle Valley Railway, a converted trail in British Columbia.

Galloping Goose Regional Trail: Located in the community of Sooke area on Vancouver Island, British Columbia.

Ontario Rail Trails: A website by trail and cycling enthusiast Ken Brown about converted trails in Ontario.


Mountain Equipment Co-op: Co-op store for all sporting equipment, clothes, etc.