A mesa of intruded Precambrian rock is the dominant feature of this remote nature reserve. The mesa takes the shape of a sharply defined plateau with cliff-like sides, surrounded by rocky debris from erosion. The forest cover in the area includes alder thickets, balsam fir, spruce, white spruce and white pine.
Park Facilities and Activities: There are no visitor facilities.
Location: About 60 kilometres southwest of Thunder Bay.