|Author||: Michael Burzynski|
|Publisher||: Breakwater Books|
|Total Pages||: 244|
|Rating||: 4/5 (353 Downloads)|
Download or read book Gros Morne National Park written by Michael Burzynski and published by Breakwater Books. This book was released on 1999 with total page 244 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Gros Morne is the largest and most spectacular national park in eastern Canada-one of the best known parks yet one of the least visited. It is renowned as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and for its unexpected landscapes: massive cliffs, fjords, alpine tundra, white sand beaches, and the golden Tablelands plateau. The geology, plants, and wildlife have drawn naturalists and researchers for decades, and the human story of the coast stretches back over 4,500 years. This guidebook reveals both the accessible park and its hidden treasures. It explores coast and forest, mountain and lowland, backcountry and frontcountry. An indispensable guide for planning a trip at any season, or a companion during a visit, it also describes services, campgrounds, trails, and other facilities.