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To maintain the historic and culture that was made when the park was first established.
Aboriginal people inhabited the area for at least 6 000 years Fur hunters travelled through the park fishing and hunting
Wide spread forests Rolling hills Valleys Mountains Highland plateau
Highest edge is 756 meters Parries potholes Lakes formed from retreating glaciers
Balasim Furs Coniferous trees Shrubs Ever greens Hardwood Bushes
Vines Berries Wild flowers Elk Wolf Lynx Cougar Bald eagles Osprey White-tallied Coyotes Snowshoes Hares Moose Black bears Bison
Cougar Otter Marten Fisher Wolverine
The summers are warm with mean temp of 15 Winters have a mean temp of -20
Hiking Fishing Horseback riding Skiing Show shoeing Boating Tennis Golf
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