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Kakwa Wildland ParkGrande Prairie
Kakwa Wildland Park is located in the alpine and subalpine subregions of the Rocky Mountain Natural Region.
The park’s complex array of natural features includes mountains, foothills, meadows, streams and rivers.
Kakwa Falls, Alberta’s tallest waterfall,is a spectacular 30 metres high. Other falls in the park include Lower Kakwa Falls, located east of the main falls; and Francis Peak Creek Falls, over which there’s a natural bridge.
Kakwa Wildland Park is 160 kilometres southwest of Grande Prairie. For travel beyond Lick Creek (roughly 10 kilometres from the park’s northern boundary) a four-wheel drive vehicle is essential. Visitors should check ahead with Alberta Parks in Grande Prairie to confirm road conditions.