Bootski Lake is an alpine treat in an especially remote area. The views and experience simply can’t be beat.
The oldest rock in the Geopark is found in its remote southwestern part, west of Monkman Provincial Park. Here, thick sequences of slate and diamictite (glacial till that has been hardened into rock) of the Misinchinka Group are found. The Misinchinka Group is Neoproterozoic, ranging from 728 Ma (million years) to 570 Ma in age. A worldwide glaciation occurred in this time interval, and sediments derived from the glacial debris were deposited along the continental margin as the supercontinent of Rodinia broke apart.