Riding Mountain National Park of Canada

135 Wasagaming Drive
Wasagaming, MB - R0J 2H0

Type: Park
(204) 848-7275

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The Riding Mountain National Park is a protected area that encompasses a total land area of 2,969 square kilometers. The park protects three different ecosystems – grasslands, upland boreals and deciduous forests – and is also home to several species of animals such as elks, moose, wolves, bears, birds, insects and even a bison herd.

The national park can be accessed through cars and buses through Wasagaming in the south and Highway 10 that passes through it. The east entrance of the park is a National Historic Site of Canada due to its historic architectural design.

Several outdoor activities can be done within the Riding Mountain National Park premises. It has more than 400 kilometers of trails perfect for hiking, backpacking and cycling. It is also possible to go horseback riding or riding in horsedrawn carriages, cross country skiing, fishing, snowmobiling, boating, canoeing and kayaking, sailing, swimming, scuba diving, camping, picknicking, skateboarding, golfing and many more.

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