The best national parks of Canada - WORLD JOBS CLUB

Sunday, June 3, 2018

The best national parks of Canada

Canada is the second largest country in the world in terms of land. As such, it has huge areas with pristine nature, ranging from mountains to costs and tundra to cold deserts. Most of these gems are located in the fabled national parks of Canada. Let’s take a look at some of the best national parks in Canada:
Wood Buffalo National Park, Alberta
Wood Buffalo National Park is the largest National Park of Canada and second largest in the world, stretching over a land of 17,300 sq miles. This park was established to protect the rare herd of bisons. At present, the estimated population of the wood bisons in this national park is five thousand. Whopping cranes are also protected in this national park.
Bruce Peninsula, Ontario
Located at a 4-hour drive from Toronto, Bruce Peninsula features spectacular turquoise waters, sheer cliffs, cedar trees, and a host of other flora and fauna. This national park is also the beginning of more than 500 miles trek that will take you from the roves of the national park to the wineries in the Niagara region. Along the way, you will get the opportunity to kayak across small lakes.
Pacific Rim, British Columbia
The Pacific Rim is located in British Columbia and is famous for its vast stretch of coasts, rainforests, and rocky trails on the sides of fiercely flowing waters of the Pacific Ocean. You may get the opportunity to sight whales on the beach. The national park features beautiful rainforests, picturesque beaches, and marine life. It is a hot spot for beach surfers.
Waterton Lakes, Alberta
Situated in Alberta, the Waterton Lakes national park is famous for its aspen forests and beautiful meadows. The wildlife in this park includes bears, wolves, and Grizzlies. That is more than 190 miles trail in the park. The ecosystem in the park is unique and hypnotizing.
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