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10 National Parks You Have To Visit This Summer

Did you know that Canada is home to 46 national parks, 168 national historic sites and four marine conservation areas? These sites are located all across Canada from coast to coast to coast and are created to protect the natural history and geography that has shaped our country. National parks are home to some of the most amazing sights in Canada and it is important that you go out and experience what others have fought hard to protect. To help guide your adventures we have created a “10 National Parks You Have To Visit” list to get you started on your epic nature adventures…

1. Wapusk National Park – Manitoba
Who: People who love wildlife
What: Polar bear expeditions and Helicopter Tours
When: February and March

2. Auyuittuq National Park – Nunavut
Who: Extreme Adventurers
What: Backcountry Backpacking Adventure and climbing expeditions
When: July and August

3. Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park – Quebec
Who: Leisure Adventurers
What: Ski touring and snowshoeing or hiking, fishing and camping
When: Year-round

#viaferrata ⚠️ dernière photo de ce petit voyage au Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean avec @montrealismes

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4. Prince Edward Island National Park – PEI
Who: History buffs who like long walks on the beach
What: Educational centres, sandy beaches and biking
When: Summer

Red cliff wanderings from our friend @meandertheworld #redcliffs #coastal #pei #princeedwardisland

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5. Nahanni National Park Reserve – Northwest Territories
Who: Road Trippers or Extreme Adventurers- your choice
What: Climbing, Hiking and Road Tripping
When: Summer

Tbt to chilling at Virginia Falls! Take me back #nahanni #virginiafalls #spectacularnwt #sharethechair

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6. Jasper National Park – Alberta
Who: Adventure Enthusiasts
What: Hiking, Skiing, Camping and Wildlife viewing
When: Year-round

7. Kluane National Park – Yukon
Who: Leisure Adventure
What: Fishing, Rafting and Mountain Biking
When: Summer

8. Gros Morne National Park – Newfoundland
Who: Leisure Adventurer
What: Ski Touring, Hiking, Biking, Swimming and Picnicking
When: Year-round

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9. Gwai Haanas National Park Reserve – British Columbia
Who: Cultural Enthusiasts and Leisure Adventurers
What: Aboriginal Tours, Surfing, Fishing and Kayaking
When: Year-round

10. Fundy National Park – New Brunswick
Who: Scientific Explorers
What: Geocaching, Kayaking and Camping
When: Year-round

Which Canadian National Park is your favourite? Tell us in the comments below…


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