Canada, Jasper & Banff national parks
On the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains lie Jasper and Banff National Parks in southwestern Alberta, Canada. Mount Robson, rising to more than 2900 meters, is the area’s highest peak. The Parks are actually comprised of four separate areas: Banff, jasper, Yoho and Kootenay all managed as a single reserve and with their wide differences in elevation they provide a variety of biotopes each with its own distinctive plant and animal communities. The Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks Jasper, Banff, Kootenay and Yoho are a striking mountain landscape, that includes a full range of glaciation features and harbours the renowned Burgess Shale fossil site. Officially designated by UNESCO as World Heritage Site, this site is to be safeguarded for the future as a testimony to its enduring past.
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