Manitoba Mountain Ranges

The three dominant mountain ranges in Manitoba include Duck Mountain, the Pembina Mountains, and the Porcupine Mountains. The mountains of Manitoba encompass natural beauty, tourist attractions, resorts, provincial parks, and many recreational activities. This is an incredible place to visit if you’re in the area and love the outdoors. 

Duck Mountain Range
The Duck Mountain Range is located in Western Manitoba and stretches along the north-south Saskatchewan border. The highest point is Baldy Mountain near Dauphin, which reaches to 2,727 feet. Duck Mountain Provincial Park is located within the range and features beautiful scenery, tranquil Madge Lake, aspen forests, beaches, campgrounds, and fishing. 

The Pembina Mountains
The Pembina Mountains are located in Southern Manitoba and extend to Assiniboine River and the North Dakota border. The highest point is 2,000 feet. 

The Porcupine Mountains
The Porcupine Mountain Range is located in Western and Central Manitoba extending along the Saskatchewan border. The highest point is Hart Mountain near Swan River which rises to 2,700 feet. This area includes divers’ habitats ranging from prairies to glacier valleys to plateaus, and is well known for its dense forests. 

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