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Meewasin Loop

Saskatchewan, Canada

Meewasin Loop

Length
7.3 km
Elev. Gain
68 m
Est. Steps
10000

River

Scenic views

Wild flowers

Created by Boom Chicka Boom
Introduction
Meewasin Loop is a 7.3 km (10,000-step) route located near Saskatchewan, Canada. This route has an elevation gain of about 68 m and is rated as easy. Find more routes like this on the Pacer App.

Delta Bessborough

Tourist Attraction
The Delta Hotels Bessborough, formerly and commonly known as The Bessborough, is a historic hotel located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. The hotel is situated within the Central Business District, a commercial district in the Saskatoon. The Bessborough was designed by Archibald and Schofield for Canadian National Hotels, a division of Canadian National Railway.

CPR Bridge (Saskatoon)

Place
The CPR Bridge is a Canadian railway bridge that spans the South Saskatchewan River in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.The bridge was built by the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1908 and is referred to by locals as the CPR Bridge or CP Railway Bridge, or simply the Train Bridge or Railway Bridge. The city's second rail bridge, to avoid confusion, is generally known as the Grand Trunk Bridge or CN Railway Bridge; that second bridge opened several months before the CPR Bridge.

Broadway Avenue (Saskatoon)

Place
Broadway Avenue is an arterial road and commercial street in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. It begins at the east end of the Broadway Bridge and continues south for about 4 kilometres until terminating at a cul-de-sac in the Avalon neighbourhood. The commercial portion, and the section usually referred to colloquially as "Broadway," is composed of the five blocks running south from the Broadway Bridge to 8th Street East, as well as the adjoining blocks east and west.

Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist (Saskatoon)

Building
The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, located at 816 Spadina Crescent East, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada is the cathedral of the Anglican Diocese of Saskatoon.

Arrand Block

Place
The Arrand Block is a historic building located in the Nutana neighborhood of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. The building was built by James and Walter T. Arrand, owners of the James and Walter T. Arrand Contractors' Company; Arrand Construction Company intended to use two of the apartments as their homes.

Traffic Bridge

Place
The Traffic Bridge is the name given to two truss bridges constructed across the South Saskatchewan River, connecting Victoria Avenue to 3rd Avenue South and Spadina Crescent in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. The original bridge opened on October 10, 1907 and was the first bridge to carry motor vehicle traffic in Saskatoon, replacing an unreliable ferry service.

Saskatoon Fringe Theatre Festival

Place
The newly named Nutrien Fringe Theatre Festival is an annual fringe theatre festival in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. A fringe festival is not censored, and not juried, provides live theatre inexpensively, and a public busking forum for musicians. The PotashCorp Fringe Theatre Festival is hosted annually in the Broadway District in the Nutana neighborhood in six temporary theatre venues.

Spadina Crescent Bridge (Saskatoon)

Place
Spadina Crescent Bridge is a deck arch bridge that spans a ravine in City Park along Spadina Crescent in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.The bridge was constructed in 1930, replacing an earlier wooden structure. It was built by the Saskatoon Contracting Co., owned by Leon and Paul Precesky. In 1933, a series of ponds were dug in the ravine as a Depression-era relief project, meant to beautify "Central Park", as the area was known as then.

Saskatchewan Jazz Festival

Place
The Saskatchewan Jazz Festival, branded as the SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival for title sponsorship reasons, is an annual outdoor music festival held in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. It is largely held at the gardens of the Delta Bessborough hotel, and features performers representing a large number of genres—but particularly jazz, blues, and folk.

Saskatoon City (provincial electoral district)

Place
Saskatoon City was a provincial electoral division in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. This constituency existed from 1908 to 1967. It was the riding of Premier James T.M. Anderson.During the 15th Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly (from 1964 to 1967), an amendment to the Representation Act divided Saskatoon City into several electoral divisions:Saskatoon City Park-UniversitySaskatoon MayfairSaskatoon Nutana CentreSaskatoon Nutana SouthSaskatoon RiversdaleFrom 1921 to 1967 Saskatoon City was one of three districts in the province that elected more than one representative to the Legislature.
Route Details

Length

7.3 km

Elev. Gain

68 m

Est. Steps

10000
Created by
Boom Chicka Boom
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