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North American National Park #27: Grasslands National Park, Saskatchewan

Grasslands is an extremely overlooked park. It is not near any major population center, as the nearest major city, Regina, being a four hour drive away. It has no mountains, canyons, waterfalls, lakes and not even many trees. Nonetheless, Grasslands is a great park and one which everyone should try to visit if you are […]

North American National Park #26: Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba

Until I began my quest to visit all the national parks in the US and Canada, I had never heard of Riding Mountain. I am guessing that most people reading this haven’t heard of riding mountain either. Many national parks have some big ‘thing’ which is the main attraction. Mountains, canyons, waterfalls, volcanoes and geysers […]

North American National Park #25: Voyageurs National Park, Minnesota

Voyageurs National Park shares several things in common with Isle Royale National Park. Both share a similar northwoods ecosystem. Both have water as a major component of the park. Both are the closest national park to each other. Where as Isle Royale is mostly wilderness, Voyageurs is very much recreational park which allows motorboats and […]

North American National Park #24: Isle Royale, Michigan

A few facts about Isle Royale: It is the least visited national park in the continental United States. It is one of the only national parks in the US which totally closes in the winter, which explains why it gets so few visitors. The average length of stay in the park by visitors is the […]

2014 North American Road Trip Update – Week 1

Greetings from Riding Mountain National Park in Manitoba! I’ve been on the trip now for a full week, have driven over 1,300 miles and have visited 3 national parks: Isle Royale, Michigan Voyageurs, Minnesota Riding Mountain, Manitoba The theme of the first week has been water. Water in the form of Lake Superior, water in […]

North American National Park #23: Gwaii Haanas National Park, British Columbia

If there is one park I’ve visited which I would would call a ‘hidden gem’, it would have to be Gwaii Haanas National Park. Few people are even aware of its existence, let alone the fact that it is one of the most stunning parks in North America. Getting to Gwaii Haanas isn’t easy. First […]

North American National Park #22: Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

Technically speaking, Bryce Canyon isn’t a canyon. It’s an amphitheater. That being said, whatever you call it, Bryce Canyon is incredible. It isn’t the biggest national park, but the Bryce Canyon Amphitheater is an incredible thing to experience. If you visit Bryce Canyon, I’d recommend waking up to watch sunrise over the amphitheater. Afterwards, you […]

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