Thursday, January 23, 2014

Banff National Park

There is nothing as refreshing as having a chance to join the naturally and freely existing flora and fauna in the wilderness. Banff National Park provides just this and more for you to indulge into and commune with nature. Boasting as the oldest Canadian national park in the province of Alberta, Banff National Park gives you the chance to enjoy mountainous terrain, ice fields, glaciers, thick coniferous forests and a breathtaking landscape of beautiful alpine. It is worth noting that the national park sits in the vicinity of other neighboring attractions such as Jasper National Park in the North, Yoho National Park and Provincial Forests in the west, as well as many other exciting places to sample. 

In the Banff National Park, you will have a chance to live alongside 56 different wildlife species. Black and grizzly bears, white-tailed and mule deer, elk, pika, bighorn sheep and mountain goats are the most common. You will be excited to see the wolverines, weasels, wolves and cougars in their predatory activities in the park. The list of fellow mammals in the park can only be exhaustive with a visit to the park. There are also classy hotels and restaurants for a high-class reception. 

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