The middle elevation hills of Lac du Bois Grasslands Provincial Park are open areas with grass and sagebrush on rounded hills and ridges. The soils are mainly a thin layer of organic materials on top of glacial tills. Where the glaciers moved across bedrock outcrops, moraines collected into kames and shaped hills. Between these hills potholes formed, once full of ice, but now are meltwater ponds. Red Hill stands next to the Lac du Bois Road next to a parking area and gate. When ATVS/motorcycles frequented the area, the hill was scarred with read streaks from the reddish rock and soil of the hill. Now grasses cover 3 sides of the hill. The east side (out of sight from the road) has reddish cliffs overlooking the hidden pond. Each winter I put on my snowshoes or microspikes and do a circuit exploring the ridges, ponds, basins, and hills of the area.
From atop Red Hill the views extend in a 360 degree radius. Below to the east is the Red Hill pond and a series of hills across the Batchelor Range. The dome Hills and Strawberry Hills stand higher across the North Thompson river.