Explore the City of Bridges with Walking Tours in Saskatoon

Every city needs a backbone – here in Saskatoon, it’s the slow moving waters of the great South Saskatchewan River. The river once provided water for the legions of buffalo who roamed the prairies, and the plains First Nations who hunted them, and now feeds the taps of every house in Saskatoon. As the backbone of the city, the river is a prominent character in almost every story from the city’s history. Follow us on this tour as we follow the South Saskatchewan River through Saskatoon’s major life events and growth into one of Canada’s most prominent prairie cities.
* Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
* Starts: Saskatoon, Canada
* Trip Category: Cultural & Theme Tours >> Historical & Heritage Tours




Every city needs a backbone – here in Saskatoon, it’s the slow moving waters of the great South Saskatchewan River. The river once provided water for the legions of buffalo who roamed the prairies, and the plains First Nations who hunted them, and now feeds the taps of every house in Saskatoon. As the backbone of the city, the river is a prominent character in almost every story from the city’s history. Follow us on this tour as we follow the South Saskatchewan River through Saskatoon’s major life events and growth into one of Canada’s most prominent prairie cities.

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Pass By: Remai Modern, 102 Spadina Cres E, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 0L3 Canada

Users will learn why a prairie town is called the city of bridges over the South Saskatchewan River.