Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park
High Above the Prairie
Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park sits on a rise about 600 meters (1,970 ft) above the vast Great Plains between Saskatchewan and Alberta.
Bypassed by retreating glaciers during the last Ice Age, the Cypress Hills are the highest point between the Rocky Mountains and Labrador.
Here, first-time visitors are surprised to find lodgepole pine forests and rugged mountain-like terrain. It's the "must see" stop along any cross-Canada tour, with many reasons to return and keep exploring.
Four Seasons to Enjoy
There is something unique to discover here in every season - from the over 700 species of plants and orchids bursting to life in spring to the trophy fishing, interpretive programming and guided walks in the summer.
Witness a dramatic landscape painted in fall colours or trek by snowshoe through the snow-blanketed woods during winter.
Get started on your adventure
Have your adventure any way you like it. Discover wildlife watching, fishing, hiking, camping and more! You can even tailor this unique Canadian trip to suit your accommodation needs - from camping in a non-serviced campsite to relaxing at a lakeside resort.