14 Stunning Winter Photos Of Kootenay National Park

Parks Canada manages one of the nation’s most diverse natural wonders: Kootenay National Park. From canyons to hot springs and glacier peaks to cactus valleys there’s so much to see and experience:

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With winter comes a little more sightseeing, but we sure live in a gorgeous place to do it.

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Did you know? Almost $1 billion was spent to fight the five forest fires in Kootenay National Park which was caused by lightning on July 31, 2003.

Did you know? Kootenay National Park was created back in 1920 as part of a deal between the provincial and federal governments.

The Kooteny River #helloBC

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Did you know? The other 3 contiguous Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks are Banff, Yoho and Jasper. Together they are all a World Heritage Site.

A bit of sunshine to brighten up these cold winter days ☀

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Hey buddy need a ride? #canada #bighornsheep #theyareeverywhere

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The sun dipping behind Tumbling Peak in Kootenay National Park #winter #kootenay #hellobc

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I love Canadian winters ?

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By Amar Mirchandani @amarmirch

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