Driving up the mountain, feel the stresses and strains of everyday life slip away. The forest, acts as a green curtain that closes the outer world behind you,to make your thoughts become as clear and simple as the deep blue lakes scattered throughout the park. The spring-fed waters of Blue, Childs, Wellman and Singuish Lakes are legacies of ancient glacial times. Duck Mountain’s rolling terrain of woodland, wetlands and valley meadows, is home to a variety of wildlife, including black bear, moose, white-tailed deer, lynx, coyote and wolves. The calls of waterfowl and songbirds are surpassed only by the eerie, unmistakable bugling of a bull elk. When it is time to come down from the mountain, you’ll be tempted to start planning your next visit back to “The Ducks.”
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