Cypress Hills is one of the most beautiful areas in the province and is located 156 km southwest of Swift Current. A giant plateau once surrounded by glaciers, it is also the highest point of land in Saskatchewan.
For many, this has been a gathering place, and people have camped in the hills for centuries. The area has a rich and colourful history and it is where you will find large forests, deep valleys and slow moving streams.
Today, you can camp in these same hills, fly-fish the streams, hike the trails and zipline through the trees. The park is home to rare wild flowers, 220 species of birds and 47 mammals including moose, elk, deer, antelope and cougar.