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Points of Interest
*National Bison Range
*Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park
Glacier National Park
Glacier National Park was created to protect the spectacular landscapes of this part of the Rocky Mountains. It has over 50 glaciers, 200 lakes and streams and is crisscrossed by more than one thousand kilometers of trails. A scenic road crosses the territory alongside of the two main lakes of the park. Glacier National Park is the habitat of grizzlies, stags, elks, wolves, marmots, beavers, otters, martens, eagles, etc.
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone covers a million hectares of the plateaus of northwest Wyoming. Its' scenery opens on crystal clear lakes, basins of geysers, roaring waterfalls and canyons the color of gingerbread.
Astonishment grows when the inhabitants of this sanctuary come forward. Bisons, jackals, elks, coyotes, and bears roam freely under the dumbfounded eyes of visitors. Birds of prey, nocturnal birds and multicolored birds consecrate the magic of the moment.
The experience of Yellowstone is unique. The extraordinary beauty of the scenery coupled with the constantly moving violent landscapes leave you with a feeling of having traveled back to the origins of the history of our planet.
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