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Riding Mountain National Park

High School Programs

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Program Descriptions

Space is limited. Bookings taken from April 1st to May 1st. Program dates available are Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays from May 22nd to June 27th.

High School Programs © Parks Canada

The Grey Wolves of the RMNP Region
Interpreters lead groups of students through a lecture and field excursion in the Lake Audy area of the Park. Using a variety of media and equipment students are engaged in wolf monitoring efforts in the park; and understanding the role of these natural predators.

The Elk of RMNP Region
Riding Mountain National Park Interpreters guide small groups (less than 20) through a field program in the Lake Audy area of the Park. Students are actively engaged in research and monitoring using radio telemetry.


Fees and General Information

  • Program fee: $3.90 per student.
  • Students are asked to dress appropriately and be prepared for approximately 2h in the field.
  • It is recommended that an adult accompany each group of 4-6 students. They will be involved in the activities acting as guides.

 

Explore the park on your own

  • Choose one of seven self-guided hiking trails in RMNP.
  • Explore the Visitor Centre; take in a 30-minute orientation; or watch a video presentation.

Reservations

Interpreters
Riding Mountain National Park of Canada
Phone: (204) 848-7275
Fax: (204) 848-2596
Email: education.rmnp@pc.gc.ca


Visitor Centre

Located at 133 Wasagaming Drive

DateDaysHours
May 17 to June 26 & September 1 to October 13 Thursday to Sunday 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
June 27 to August 31 Daily 9:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

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