Caribou River Provincial Wilderness Park
is a provincial park
in extreme north-central Manitoba
. It is the northern most provincial park in Manitoba, and boarders the southern Nunavut
Boarder, and is comprised of Taiga Shield
, with many boreal forests, small rivers and lakes, fairly rolling terrain, and low-lying wetlands forming extensive peatlands (bogs and fens). There are many rocky outcrops, and till (deposits laid down by glaciers) has been shaped into a mosaic of ridges and eskers (sinuous, rounded ridges).