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Kootenay National Park

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Dalen Dugas

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Kootenay National Park
By Dalen Dugas
Where?
British Columbia Canada
Sources and Video
http://www.pc.gc.ca/eng/pn-np/bc/kootenay/index.aspx
Attractions
The hot springs offer a hot springs pool ranging from 35°C to 47°C
Pictures
Establishment
Kootenay National Park was established in 1920 as part of an agreement between the provincial and federal governments to build the Banff-Windermere Highway which was the first motor road across the Canadian Rockies
The Fire
On July 31, 2003 lightning started five fires in Kootenay National Park that became into one of the largest wildfires in the Canadian Rockies, burning 10000 square meters of land
Covers 1,406 km2 (543 sq mi) in the Canadian Rockies
part of a World Heritage Site
Elevates from 918 m (3,012 ft) at the south-west park entrance, to 3,424 m (11,234 ft) at Deltaform Mountain
Floe Lake is a beautiful lake which lies on a 10.7 km hiking trail
The park became a World Heritage Site in 1984, together with the other national and provincial parks that form the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks, for the mountain landscapes like the mountain peaks, glaciers, lakes, waterfalls, canyons,limestone caves, fossils and more
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kootenay_National_Park
http://bcadventure.com/adventure/wilderness/parks/koot.htm
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