Crimson Lake Provincial park meeting place of foothills forests in the west, bog and muskeg in the north and aspen parkland in the east; visitors can enjoy a variety of outdoor experiences, abundant wildlife such as moose and deer, and the solitude of dense evergreen forests.
It's a pleasant a relatively easy ride through a variety of forest zones.
We did encounter two fallen trees and a couple of wet sections.
Head west from Rocky Mountain House on highway 11, the north on 756, to the signed entrance to Crimson Lake Provincial park
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