Measuring 1,281 metres, Bald Butte is the highest point in the Centre Block of the Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, in Saskatchewan, Canada. It provides a stunning view of the prairies, grasslands, and lodgepole pine forests that make Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park such a wonderful place to visit. The park abounds with hiking trails through meadows and forests teeming with wildlife such as moose and deer, native flora and much more.
Cypress Hills forests are dominated by lodgepole pine, most of which developed after forest fires that ocurred in the late 1800s. One hundred and twenty-year-old lodgepole pine with stump diameters of 50 cm (19 inches) and heights of 23 metres (75 feet) are common in the southern portion of the park.
Simply a fantastic place to visit and explore!