North Saskatchewan River

North Saskatchewan River

The North Saskatchewan is a majestic and beautiful river winding in a northeastern direction through Edmonton. It originates 1,800 metres above sea level in the massive 325 sq. km Columbia Icefield. It flows across Alberta and Saskatchewan to Lake Winnipeg, into the Nelson River and eventually into the Hudson Bay.

The river and river valley are used year round for recreation: canoeing, kayaking, jet skiing, jet boating, fishing, gold panning and more. The North Saskatchewan River also supplies Edmontonians and surrounding communities with drinking water.

Things To Do

dog walking in river valley

River Valley Activities

Enjoy skating, orienteering, cross-country skiing, photography, and much more.

Boating

Canoe

Boating & Canoeing

The river is a beautifully serene location to explore by watercraft.

River Guide

River Recreation Guide

River Recreation Brochure

River safety, access routes, boat launches, fishing & more.

Fishing

Fishing

Fishing

Cast your line in the North Saskatchewan River.

For More Information

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Telephone

In Edmonton: 311

Outside Edmonton: 780-442-5311

TTY 780-944-5555
Email 311@edmonton.ca