I spent the last few days of October exploring Highway 13 and surrounding areas in Southern Saskatchewan. This is known as “The Ghost Town Trail.” This was my second time visiting Saskatchewan but I didn’t get this far South when I visited in 2015. So, I’ve been wanting to get back.
Saskatchewan is undoubtedly one of Canada’s most beautiful and underrated provinces. There’s big prairie skies, long dirt roads and wide open spaces. The sunrises are magical and some of the best I’ve ever seen.
It was a successful trip, I only got chased off by one property owner and I saw Wolves on 3 separate occasions. The Wolves were quite skittish and I didn’t have my telephoto lenses with me. I wasn’t expecting to see Wolves.
A big thanks goes out to Kyla Black from Gathering Dust Photography for tipping me off on some very special locations. Be sure to visit her website to see her amazing work.