Canadian National Parks (12 travel photos / pictures)
There are around 42 National Parks of Canada which span from the West Coast to the East. This is a collection of pictures and photos of a few of those Canadian National Parks.
They are reserved for the enjoyment of all Canadians and visitors to this beautiful country of vast wilderness. There is at least one national Park in each of the Canadian provinces and territories and some have even acquired World Heritage Site status.
A few of the Canadian National Parks include (but are not limited to):
- Gros Morne National Park
- Kejimkujik National Park
- Kouchibouguac National Park
- La Mauricie National Park
- Jasper National Park
- Grasslands National Park
- Yoho National Park
- ..... and many more
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Lake Audy Sunset Riding Mountain National Park Manitoba Canada
Like a sheet of glass leading on from the end of the wharf, the water of Lake Audy in Riding Mountain National Park reflects the hues in the sky during sunset.
A beautiful scene at the end of a glorious day! Lake Audy is situated in Riding Mountain National Park, an oasis in the prairie lands of Manitoba.
A popular fishing spot for northern pike and w ...
Cave And Basin National Historic Site Banff National Park Canada
A stream of sun light shines through the hole in the ceiling of the cave and strikes the beautiful blue water of the hot spring at the Cave and Basin National Historic Site in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada.
The place where it all started ... the discovery of the Cave and Basin was instrumental in establishing the Canadian National Parks system in Canada.
Banff National Park was the first National ...
Takakkaw Falls Yoho National Park BC Canada
A thundering waterfall which plunges a total of 380 metres to the Yoho River below, the Takakkaw Falls are the second highest waterfall in Canada and are situated in the Yoho National Park of BC.
As a popular tourist attraction in Yoho National Park of British Columbia, Takakkaw Falls attracts large crowds to this location regardless of the steep, winding road which leads to it.
The wat ...
Mistaya River Banff National Park Alberta Canada
Under the watchful eye of the Rockies, Mistaya River rushes deeper into the heart of Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada.
A fast flowing river which escapes from its source - Peyto Lake and wends its way to the Mistaya Canyon and beyond. The Mistaya River has managed to carve out the canyon with its force - high wall ...
Moraine Lake Banff National Park Canada
Moraine Lake in the famous Banff National Park, Valley of Ten Peaks near Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada.
Standing on a rocky platform above Moraine Lake gives an impressive overview of this stunning lake, backdropped by the jagged ten peaks which crown the valley and reflect in the turquoise water.
Emerald Lake British Columbia
The legend of the brass bathtubs surrounds Emerald Lake in British Columbia, Canada.
The pristine Emerald Lake is the largest lake situated in Yoho National Park in British Columbia, Canada.
Emerald Lake was discovered in 1882 during the construction of the Canadian Pacific Rai ...
A yellow canoe is a great contrast against the pink sunset in the Yukon Territory, Canada.
It had been raining the whole day non-stop, and I had been waiting to get a decent shot! I finally gave up and decided to pack up my cameras and equipment, when suddenly the rain stopped and the s ...
National Park Saskatchewan
A road disappears into the rolling hills of Grasslands National Park in Saskatchewan, Canada.
A mixture of gentle rolling hills, steep ravines, and coulees is what makes the Grasslands National Park in Saskatchewan a national treasure.Sitatued at the northern extremes of the great plains o ...
Cape Breton Nova Scotia
An autumn wonderland awaits in the Cape Breton National Park of Nova Scotia, Canada.
A typical scene in the Cape Breton Highlands National Park of Nova Scotia, Canada during fall are the yellows, reds, and browns mixed with fresh flowing water. Nova Scotia is situated on the Easte ...
Kouchibouguac New Brunswick
The Kouchibouguac National Park in New Brunswick has 60 kilometres of cycle and hiking trails.
The paths which wind their way through Kouchibouguac National Park in New Brunswick are ideal for cycling or hiking through the mosaics of bogs, salt marshes, abandoned fields and forests.The Kouc ...
Backdropped by the Rocky Mountains, the Mistaya River flows towards the canyon.
A wonderful place to get lost in a world of discovery is Banff National Park at places such as the Mistaya Canyon and River. The area is surrounded by mountainous scenery, and interesting rock formations ...
Lobster Cove Lighthouse
The Lobster Cove Lighthouse shines its light in Rocky Harbour, Newfoundland, Canada.
Situated in Rocky Harbour in the world famous Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland, Canada the Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse is a popular place to visit in the park. What was once the lightkeepers ...