National Geographic Guide to the National Parks of Canada

National Geographic Guide to the National Parks of Canada National Geographic Guide To The National Parks Of Canada Free Author National Geographic Society Canada S 42 National Parks Are Beautifully Showcased In This First Edition Official Guidebook For The 2011 100th Anniversary Of Parks Canada In The Same Manner That The Best SellingNational Geographic Guide To The National Parks Of The United States Covers America S Crown Jewels, This Book Will Be A Handy, Practical, And Extensively Illustrated Guide To Help Visitors Plan And Execute Their Trips To All The Canadian National Parks It Also Offers Short Excursions To 40 Plus National Historical Sites And The Four National Marine Conservation Areas Written By Authors Who Know Canada S National Parks, This Volume Includes Seasonal Facts On These Stunning And Vital Wilderness Areas As Well As Guidance For Getting There, When To Go, How To Visit, Practical Information On Where To Stay, And Detailed Descriptions Of Specific Places Within Each Park Stunning Photographs And Custom, One Of A Kind Maps Prepared By National Geographic Cartographers Enhance The Entries Just In Time For The Parks Canada Milestone Anniversary, This Guide Will Inspire Visitors To Celebrate The Treasures Of Canada, From The Pristine Shorelines Of British Columbia S Pacific Rim To Newfoundland S Gros Morne And From The Arctic Landscape Of Aulavik To The Prairies Of Grasslands.

10 thoughts on “National Geographic Guide to the National Parks of Canada

  1. says:

    Good book Here are some interesting places and photos Cavell Lake, Jasper National ParkGwaii Haanas Nat Park Reserve, BC Bat Star groupGros Morne, NLMill Falls on the Mersey River, Kejimkujik Nat Park, Nova ScotiaLa Maurice Nat Park, QCWapusk Nat Park, polar bear photos see below Banff Nat Park, AB, lots of scenes, Moraine LakeJasper Nat Park, AB, ditto, Maligne LakeWaterton Lakes Nat Park, AB, ditto Cameron Falls red sedimentYoho Nat Park, BC,...

  2. says:

    I read this so I could learn about the activities in the parks before our trip Some of them are quite remote and difficult to visit However, I m looking forward to the ones we will visit, as they sound beautiful I m looking forward to getting away from the crowds and enjoying the wilderness

  3. says:

    I previously have purchased the US version of this book, which includes indepth discussions of all Canadian National Parks The book will be put to use on our trip to the Atlantic Providents and 7 parks later this year.

  4. says:

    I enjoyed looking at and reading parts of this guide to the 35 40 national parks in Canada, and was reminded that although I live only about 700 800 miles from 7 of these spectacular parks, I have never been to any of them.

  5. says:

    We have the US version and now the just released Canadian edition The later is far superior, probably because NGS could focus on far fewer parks As a result you get richer detail and actionable information Great job, NGS

  6. says:

    This is beautiful I m just not a huge fan of the outdoors

  7. says:

    An excellent guide to traveling the Canadian National Parks Informative on hikes, camping sites and how to get there.

  8. says:

    Thank god I live here 3

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