Five of Western Canada’s Most Beautiful National Parks in Photos

Canada is blessed with some of the most beautiful national parks in the world. They range from the tiny (St Lawrence Islands National Park of Canada at about 9 km 2) to the huge (Wood Buffalo National Park of Canada at about 45,000 km 2).

Here are five of our favorites (in no particular order!) in photos.

Gulf Islands National Park Reserve, British Columbia

View of Percé rock from Bonaventure Island Andrea Schaffer by on Flickr

View of Percé rock from Bonaventure Island by Andrea Schaffer on Flickr

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Banff National Park, Alberta

Moraine Lake by James Wheeler on Flickr

Moraine Lake by James Wheeler on Flickr

Jasper National Park, Alberta

Near Maligne Lake Road in Jasper National Park by Esther Lee on Flickr

Near Maligne Lake Road in Jasper National Park by Esther Lee on Flickr

Grasslands National Park, Saskatchewan

Bison at Grasslands National Park by 1brettsnyder from Wikimedia Commons

Bison at Grasslands National Park by 1brettsnyder from Wikimedia Commons

Wapusk National Park, Manitoba

Wildlife at Wapusk National Park by Emma on Flickr

Wildlife at Wapusk National Park, Manitoba by Emma on Flickr

 

 

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Lanie Kay

A true world traveller, Lanie Kay has been to over 30 countries in the past decade and loves nothing more than waking up in a foreign country. Born and raised in western Canada, she knows the value of a dollar and, just like everyone, wishes there was more transparency when dealing with large companies.

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