120 stunning photographs reveal the treasures of Canada's national park system. "Gateways to nature, to discovery to solitude, to celebrate the beauty and infinite variety of our land" is how Parks Canada defines the country's more than 35 national parks. In this book, authors and photographers travel to selected parks across Canada. Along the way they visit remarkable ecological niches and meet people long linked to these intriguing places. From the fog-bound Pacific shore at Gwaii Haanas to Newfoundland's Gros Morne along the Atlantic, from Jasper. Banff, and Yoho in the Rocky Mountains, to remote parks in the vast interior plains, and finally to the wild seemingly endless expanse of the far north in Ivvavik -- experience a rich sampling of Canada's national parks and reserves.
Travel, Food-Lodging-Transportation, Parks-Campgrounds,