Yoho National Park优鹤国家公园
Photograph by Reiner Harscher, laif/Redux
A waterfall empties into Lake Oesa in Yoho National Park in British Columbia. A Cree exclamation of awe, “Yoho” applies perfectly to the park’s big peaks, expansive glaciers, and impressive waterfalls.
Glacier National Park冰川国家公园
Photograph by Ryan Creary, Photolibrary
A skier descends a mountain at Glacier National Park in British Columbia. The park is best known for its deep valleys, thick coniferous forests, and spectacular mountain scenery, all seen by millions annually as they travel Trans-Canada 1 through Rogers Pass.
Ukkusiksalik National Park
Photograph by Flip Nicklin, Minden Pictures/ Getty Images
A polar bear swims in Wager Bay, an inland sea at Ukkusiksalik National Park in Nanavut. The only unglaciated park in the province, Ukkusiksalik has extraordinarily rich concentrations of marine wildlife.
Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve 瓜依哈纳斯国家公园保护区
Photograph by Prisma Bildagentur, AG/Alamy
Unique in the Parks Canada system, Gwaii Haanas consists of the park reserve, the Haida Heritage Site, and the marine conservation area. World renowned for its cultural heritage and natural splendor, it boasts unparalleled biological richness, including more than 600 archaeological sites.
Jasper National Park贾斯珀国家公园
Photograph by Kevin McElheran, My Shot
Summertime camping is a popular activity in Alberta’s Jasper National Park, the largest park in the Canadian Rockies. Open year-round, the park’s rugged, backcountry landscape also attracts wildlife viewers and hikers, and, in winter, skiers and snowboarders.