The Meewasin Walking Tour

The Meewasin Walking Tour – select Thursdays in October

The Meewasin Valley is an iconic feature of Saskatoon. Join us to learn about the rich history that exists along our riverbank!

What is Chief Whitecap pointing to at the roundabout by the Traffic Bridge? And why is there a falconry sitting atop the Delta Marriott Hotel? Did you know that the Meewasin Valley is the largest urban conservation zone in Canada? Or that the Meewasin Trail that winds through the City makes Saskatoon one of the largest public access urban waterfronts in the world?

Join a Meewasin Guide to explore the River Valley in Downtown Saskatoon and learn some quirky facts about the rich history that exists along our riverbank. Designed to connect with visitors and locals alike, this tour is a chance to discover the city in a fun new way!

And the best part? The proceeds from your ticket support Meewasin’s education and conservation efforts.

This is a small group experience and is limited to 20 people per tour. One ticket provides admission for one person.

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Tour distance is 2-3 km on paved trail. Guests should expect to be outdoors and walking/standing for approximately 1.5 hours.

Guests with Limited Mobility: Please contact us to discuss the route and see how may be able to accommodate you.