Caribou River Provincial Park

Caribou River Provincial Park

Caribou River Provincial Wilderness Park is a provincial park in extreme north-central Manitoba, Canada. 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).

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