Your's truly had the opportunity to speak with Kirsten Armleder of RidersWest Magazine earlier this month to talk about my passion for ATVing and Sask Trail Riders. Take a minute and check it out.
Monday, March 10, 2014
Located just 10kms North of Duck Lake, not many people know about trails to the East of the highway. Although not as plentiful as the West side, there are many areas to ride with varying terrain.
We have traditionally unloaded just past Duck Lake but there are many entrances to the trails. Almost any road to your right when heading North will get you to the trails.
Terrain: Mostly sand trails in bush and forest, also steep river banks and sandbars. Warning, some of the trails have sand moguls. They have been caused by erosion, and are not dangerous but can be tiring on the body. Imagine large speed bumps that are continuous for 5kms of trail.
Some of the neat places of interest on these trails include:
-The Dead End Hill
-Muddy river trails
-The South Saskatchewan River