Siffleur WA Wilderness Area

Alberta Parks

Parks Research and Management

Information: 403-845-8349
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Park Management

Classification Wilderness Area
Legislation Wilderness Areas, Ecological Reserves, Natural Areas and Heritage Rangelands Act
Park Size 101,843.20 Acres / 41,214.47 Ha
Legal Boundary O.C.
Administration / Information 403-845-8349
Regional Office Central Regional Office
District Rocky Mountain House
Natural Region Rocky Mountain - Alpine and Sub-alpine
Rocky Mountain - Montane
Natural Region Description

Siffleur Wilderness Area contains high mountain peaks, picturesque valleys, hanging glaciers, mountain lakes and alpine meadows. Sub-alpine forests of Engelmann spruce, fir and lodgepole pine (with some aspen and balsam poplar at lower elevations) dominate valleys. Higher slopes support hardy grasses, sedges and wildflowers. Wildlife includes bighorn sheep, mountain goats, caribou, moose, deer, black bears and grizzly bears.

Land Use Framework Region North Saskatchewan
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Updated: Jun 19, 2017