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A Park For All Seasons
Season 2
A Park for All Seasons takes you to the most remote corners of the parks to explore vistas both iconic and obscure. This season, the series features twelve of our national treasures, including BC's Gwaii Haanas and Yoho National Park. The series showcases each park's unique beauty, and shows how they are used by millions of visitors, from extreme ice climbers scaling frozen waterfalls to young hikers on spectacular trails. Meanwhile, ecologists, geologists and historians share stories of the glorious sights.
Episodes
Ep 1
Auyuittuq National Park
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Ep 2
Gwaii Haanas
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Ep 3
Waterton National Park
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Ep 4
Wapusk National Park
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Ep 5
Nahanni
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Ep 6
St. Lawrence Islands
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Auyuittuq National Park
Above the Arctic Circle, in Canada's far north, sits Auyuittuq National Park. This remote wilderness is home to polar bears, massive glaciers and Mount Thor - one of the sharpest sheer drops to be found on the planet.
Gwaii Haanas
Often referred to as the Canadian Galapagos, Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve shelters some of the lushest and most remote landscapes on the continent.
Waterton National Park
Waterton National Park lies on the border of two of Canada's most striking landscapes - the Rocky Mountains and the vast prairie grasslands.
Wapusk National Park
Wapusk National Park, near Churchill, protects one of the world's largest polar bear denning areas.
Nahanni
Located in the southwest corner of the Northwest Territories, Nahanni National Park Reserve is a world-renowned destination for canoeists and white-water enthusiasts.
St. Lawrence Islands
The scattered terrain of St. Lawrence Islands is a significant migration corridor for many small mammals and rare wildlife.