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|Classification||Wildland Provincial Park|
|Legislation||Provincial Parks Act|
|Park Size||155,114.89 Acres / 62,775 Ha|
|Legal Boundary||Don Getty WPP|
|Administration / Information||403-933-7172|
|Regional Office||Kananaskis Region Regional Office|
|District Office||East Kananaskis District|
|Kananaskis Country||Managing a Complex Landscape|
|Natural Region||Rocky Mountain - Alpine and Sub-alpine|
Rocky Mountain - Montane
Foothills - Upper Foothills
|Natural Region Description|
Don Getty Wildland Park consists of a number of parcels of land that add ecological integrity to adjacent protected areas in the vicinity of Kananaskis Country. The park contains several important features including Forget-Me-Not Ridge, which provides spectcular views and one of the deepest known caves in Alberta. There are exceptional examples of several well-preserved periglacial features in the park - felsenmeer, stone stripes and stone polygons. These periglacial features are well preserved, with little disturbance from industrial activity and recreational use. The Plateau-Cataract area of the park includes Cataract Creek, one of Alberta's finest walk-in trout fishing streams.
|Land Use Framework Region||South Saskatchewan|