Riding Mountain National Park

Manitoba, Canada By Bradenn Droegmiller

Riding Mountain

As you can see from this picture, Riding Mountain National Park has a very beautiful landscape.


The park was first protected in 1929 and had much of its public infrastructure created during the 1930s by laborers participating in Canada's great depression relief programs. Much of this early construction survives to this day. During World War II it was home to a prisoner of war camp which has since been dismantled. In 1986, Riding Mountain was designated a biosphere reserve by UNESCO.

Some More Pictures

The Riding Mountain National Park is full of mountains and lakes


In Riding Mountain there are many different mountain ranges as you can see in this picture.