Type: Camping Camping campground, camp spot
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      The Breezy Hill Campsite is located 6.9km north-west on the North Escarpment trail (including spur trail of 1.8km). The Breezy Hill campsite is a beautiful and spacious prairie campsite, but as the name suggests it can be quite "breezy". There are plenty of wide-open vistas and places to explore "off-trail. There is a horse corral and hitching post at the site. The North Escarpment Trail displays the eastern hardwood forests of green ash, white elm, bur oak, Manitoba maple and white birch. Evoluntionary processes of erosion and sedimentation along the escarpment's lower slopes can also be seen. The diversity in wildlife is readily apparent between the flat and open ridge above the escarpment and the hardwood forest below. Of note, you will reach the highest point in the park at the 5.0km mark of the North Escarpment trail (750m above sea level).

      ---Le camping du Colline-Breezy est situé à 6,9 km au nord-ouest sur le sentier de l'escarpement nord (y compris un sentier de 1,8 km). Le camping du Colline-Breezy est un beau et spacieux camping prairie, mais comme son nom l'indique, il peut être tout à fait "breezy". Il ya beaucoup de panoramas grand ouverts et des endroits à explorer "hors-piste. Il ya un corridor de chevaux et un attelage sur le site. Le sentier de l'escarpement nord présente des forêts de feuillus de l'Est, de frêne vert, d'orme blanc, de chêne, d'érable du Manitoba et de bouleau blanc. Des processus évolutifs d'érosion et de sédimentation le long de la region, et on peut également voir la pente inférieure de l'escarpement. La diversité de la faune est facilement apparente entre la crête plate et ouverte au-dessus de l'escarpement et la forêt de feuillus en dessous. Note, vous atteindrez le point le plus élevé dans le parc à la marque 5.0km de la piste (750m au-dessus du niveau de la mer).
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