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Best National parks in Canada

The ARK Infrastructure Mar 28, 2020
Canada is a country with variety of cultures and has a vast foreign tourism industry. The National Parks in Canada are like jewel in the tourism industry of Canada. Home to about 48 National Parks, that keeps you close to the nature.

Banff National Park

Situated in the beautiful Rocky mountains of Alberta is the oldest National Park, Banff National Park. Snowshoeing tour to Paint Pots, a place where you get to walk on frozen river. Lake Louise is a picturesque place where you discover the lake. Icewalking in Johnston canyon, Gondola ride any many more such attractions to add up to your trip to the park.

Jasper National Park

Jasper National Park is a paradise for any traveler, it has mesmerizing glacier, running down waterfalls, limestone caves where you can find fossils, beautiful lakes, mountains and canyon. A perfect place for people who love being beside water bodies and mountain lovers.

Yoho National Park

Situated in Rocky Mountain, Yoho National Park is among the other national parks that have been declared as UNESCO's heritage site. You also get to experience a thrilling watersport activity that is white water rafting in Kicking Horse River.

Waterton Lakes National Park

Waterton Lakes National Park is a world heritage situated in the southwest corner of Alberta. This national park serves you with mountain trails, scenic view of lakes and various types of vegetation.

Kootenay National park

Kootenay National park is situated in British Columbia, province of Canada. You can be able to witness the Continental Divide here. The best part of being here is that you can explore Canmore cave, see buffalo ranch, be at hot springs, go on a mountain trail to Healy Pass and Mount Assiniboine, and last but not the least walk at the Marble Canyon.

Glacier National Park

This national park provides you with a great flora fauna, there are about 260 species of birds. Amidst of the national park, is the Going-to-the-Sun Road picturesque mountain road, sitting near the alpine lake McDonald, from Logan Pass you get to see glimpses of the Continental Divide, and at the heart of the park is the Grinnell Glacier all at one place.

Bruce Peninsula National Park

Bruce Peninsula National Park lies on a part of Niagara Escarpment. Park provides you with an amazing scenic beauty from the cliff on the Bruce trail.