Does your country have national parks?
we've got plenty for such a small country, question though, are there countries without them?
you'd think every country would have a piece of nature that should be preserved
Yes and they're pretty fucking good
Yeah. The biggest one is the Nationalpark Müritz.
kek well never come to Provence m8
>you will never be a Dutch soldier paid handsomely by the crown to stomp on tulip fields, all in an effort to reduce nature and teach it who is master of the Netherlands.
I have to cycle next to a national park each day and although it honestly doesn't look that impressive it will really look good on days like pic related and when it's summer which makes it comfy
I've worked at five different National Parks.
Zion Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Grand Canyon South Rim, Grand Canyon North Rim, and Shenandoah
In addition, i had a job that used to take me to Death Valley for brief periods.
I was just at Sleeping Giant provincial the other day, that was nice. Though I'm sure they vary by province, but Ontario seems to have nice ones.
Your guys' national parks also vary. I mean you have Jasper and Banff, then you have places like Wood Buffalo. Absolutely massive pieces of land. Amazing places. Would visit. I'd like to go to Polar Bear provincial in Ontario but it's remote as fuck and I don't really want to hang with a bunch of Cree. Also Tombstone territorial. Seems dope.
pic related, is wood buffalo
Shenandoah is kind of a random park considering the other ones you listed.
Los Glaciares National Park, Province of Santa Cruz.
We used to joke that falling off would make you an Angel. a certain spot in the trail was no more than maybe 3-4 ft wide and was 850 ft on one side and a 1000 ft straight drop on the other.
Shiretoko National Park is god-tier park like canadian one.
live in Las Vegas and was in a tight situation so i put out feelers with others i knew that worked the parks and got a hook up over in Shenandoah.
Once you have a good reputation a sure job is just a few phone calls away,
I think we have quite a lot, I've only been to the Victorian ones and thats only cause school camp, but this ones in Queensland
I was working there almost three years during two separate times.The views never got old.
Yeah Hokkaido has Daisetsuzan National Park.
It's bigger than Tokyo
The early part reminded me of Shenandoah, the second half when they were around the more rocky areas looks similar to Grand Canyon North Rim.
If my next job doesn't exactly pan out, i'll probaly head out to another park
>Does your country have national parks?
Are there countries that don't?