16 Things To Do If You Only Have 24 Hours In Saskatoon

Have you ever gone on a weekend road trip with the intention of doing as many things as humanly possible? The thought of embarking on such an adventure might only be of interest to Amazing Race enthusiasts or people who enjoy being super efficient in a short period of time. I'm gonna say that most of us fall somewhere between those two and therefore we should all put ourselves up for a challenge.

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Challenge details are as follows: Grab a travel buddy, hop in your car, drive to Saskatoon, conquer the entire city by doing the 16 activities listed below in 24 hours, and make it back home in time for an afternoon nap (you're gonna be super tired). Have fun!

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9 am: Eat a delicious breakfast at Drift Vista Lounge

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10 am: Get your caffeine fix at Collective Coffee

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10:30 am: Embark on a mini shopping spree at Momentum Clothing, Goldie's General Store, and Era Style Loft

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12:30 pm: Enjoy some of YXE's best comfort food for lunch at Prairie Harvest Cafe 

Other suggestions: Congress Beer House, The Little Bird Patisserie, and Nosh Eatery

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1:30 pm: Take a nature walk along the Meewasin Trail

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3 pm: Satisfy your sweet tooth at Crave Cupcakes

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3:30 pm: Burn some serious calories at Ryde Cycle Studio 

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6:30 pm: Wine and dine at Ayden Kitchen and Bar 

Other suggestions: UNA Pizza + Wine, Odd Couple, UNO Mas Tequila & Wine Bar

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8:30 pm: Drink a few martinis at Flint Saloon and hang out on their sidewalk patio.

Other suggestions: Winston's Pub, Yard & Flagon, and The Rook and Raven

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10 pm: Check out some live music at The Capitol Music Club

Other suggestions: Trivia night at The Woods.

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1 am: Grab some late night eats at Smokes Poutinerie

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2 am: Call it a night at The James Hotel

Other suggestions: Rent an Airbnb for budget-friendly options.


10 am: Get an early morning workout in at The Movement

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12 pm: Indulge in a savory brunch at Poached

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1:30 pm: Re-energize with a cup of coffee or tea at Little Bird Patisserie

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