Reach the top of Manitoba's highest peak found amidst deep spring-fed lakes and dense forests.
Part of a long series of highlands known as the Manitoba Escarpment. The park is composed of thickly wooded, rolling terrain with dozens of deep clear lakes brimming with trout, splake, rainbow trout, walleye, northern pike and perch. East Blue Lake is 60 m/200 feet deep and the bottom is visible at 9-12 m/30-40 ft. Boreal and deciduous forests and upland meadows support a wide variety of wildlife. Enjoy fishing, camping, boating, hiking, scuba diving and biking. Tel. 204-945-6784; toll-free: 1-800-214-6497. Baldy Mountain is Manitoba's highest point at 831 m/2,727 ft., with an observation tower at the summit offering a spectacular view. This historic interpretive site includes a picnic area, hiking trail and washrooms. Copernicus Hill, topped by a monument and observation tower, is a 1.5 km/1 mi. trail passing through a boreal forest.