Canada’s National Parks – Part 3

Wood Buffalo National Park takes up over a whopping seventeen thousand square miles of land making it larger than the entire country of Switzerland and the biggest of all Canada’s National Park spaces. Unlike the mountainous regions associated with Canada’s wild much of this area is flat land. This makes sense as to why it […]

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Canada’s National Parks – Part 2

To visit the oldest National Park in Canada you will need to head to Banff. Here the alpine heights that wander into the region’s mountains are coupled with the masses of dense pine that give Banff that typical True North feel. Cutting through this area is the Canadian Pacific Railway, although this mainly now carries […]

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