Pukaskwa National Park

Tour Pukaskwa National Park

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Pukskwa National Park is a national treasure for Canada and a place truly worthy of a visit. This Canadian gem is located just north of Alberta's Banff National Park in the Rocky Mountains. The park rests on the border with British Columbia and offers visitors an amazing mountainous scenery to explore.

Visitors flock to Alberta from all corners of the world to admire natural beauty but many do not realize that at their doorstep, there awaits a pristine wilderness area almost completely untouched by humans.

The best time to visit this park is in the summertime, when all trails are open for exploring. This area is very popular during winter due to the fresh snowfall but remember that winter conditions can make some areas inaccessible and many roads will be closed or require a 4x4 vehicle.

This stunning park is home to bears, moose, wolves and more, making it the perfect destination for nature lovers of all stripes. So pack your bags and get ready to explore one of Canada's most beautiful national parks!

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Geeky Facts about Pukaskwa National Park

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Wildlife that can be seen in Pukaskwa National Park includes moose, peregrine falcons, black bears, wolves and lynxes.

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It is bordered by the world’s largest freshwater lake, Lake Superior.

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Pukaskwa National Park is Ontario’s largest national park covering an area of 1,878 sq km.

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