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Le parc national du Gros Morne
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Vrai ou faux : le parc national du Gros Morne est le plus vaste parc national dans la région atlantique du Canada
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jan 14, 2017
I climbed Gros Morn back in the Spring of 2000. Stunning view and it was surprised how cold it was at the top even on such a warm day.
Canada\'s most popular national park
mar 9, 2016
Newfoundland's Gros Morne National Park is more remote than many of Canada's most popular national parks, but worth the effort to discover this beautiful landscape of mountains and fjords. The park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site featuring steep cliff walls, waterfalls, and interesting rock formations carved by the glacier-fed waters. Most visitors take a boat tour to appreciate the scenery, but there are also hiking trails and opportunities for kayaking. In winter, the park receives far fewer visitors, but is open for ski touring, complete with backcountry ski huts.
fév 15, 2015
No filter is needed when the grass is this green and it's hugging the rusty colour of Gros Morne National Park's Tablelands. The ultramafic rock peridotite makes up this beautiful formation that the locals call "the earth's mantle". It's believed to have been the result of a plate collision several hundred million years ago. Standing here, it feels as though I hiked into the middle of a collision of ecosystems. The desert on one side, and vibrant vegetation on the other. Unlike anywhere I've ever been so far.
Le parc national du Gros Morne est un site du patrimoine mondial situé sur la côte ouest de Terre-Neuve. Sa superficie de 1 805 km² en fait le deuxième plus vaste parc national des provinces canadiennes de l’Atlantique.
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