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1: Waterton Lakes National Park Waterton Lakes National Park

2: Garibaldi Provincial Park Garibaldi Provincial Park

3:Bugaboo Provincial Park Bugaboo Provincial Park

From what is now called the Bugaboo-Snowpatch col, you can see Marmolata, Snowpatch and Bugaboo Spires. Prominent features of the poster include as well, North Howser Tower, and the Vowell Glacier. Mt. Assiniboine is also visible in the distance. Bugaboo Provincial Park is located in southeastern B.C., between Golden and Radium Hot Springs, and west of Highway 95. Access to the park is about 50km of gravel road from Hwy #95. This gravel road, which opens late spring through late fall, begins at Brisco, 27 kilometres north of Radium Hot Springs or 76 km south of Golden on Highway 95. A 4x4 is not required but a 2wd with some decent ground clearance is recommended. The last 3km section of the gravel road is rough; low-riding compact vehicles need to go slow to avoid scraping the bottom. It is recommended that visitors protect their vehicle perimeter with a portable chicken wire fence to deter porcupines and other small animals from chewing on rubber brake lines and tires! The Park is more focused on Mountaineering as hiking objectives in the area aside from the hike to the Kain Hut itself, which is a nice day hike, are quite limited. Due to avalanche hazard, the hut is not open in the winter months.

4:Glacier National Park Glacier National Park

5:Logan Pass, Glacier National Park Logan Pass, Glacier National Park

The Going-to-the-Sun Road is a spectacular 52 mile highway through Glacier National Park and crosses the Continental Divide at Logan Pass. You will want to spend some time at Logan Pass. Definitely take the Hidden Lake Trail as far as the overlook. If you have time (or on your way back), hike the first three miles of the Highline Trail. Only one road traverses Glacier National Park, and what a road it is! This is one of the most spectacular, awe-inspiring 50 miles in the country. Although it is named for the mountain, it is aptly called the Going-to-the-Sun Road. Whether you are climbing from the east or west side, your trip to Logan Pass certainly seems like you are going directly to the sun. At Logan Pass you will have climbed 3,000 feet from Lake McDonald. The valleys are low and the peaks are high and you feel you are above it all. There are magnificent views in all directions. The visitor center is right on the continental divide. Logan Pass is also the best place to photograph mountain goats and relatively tame marmots.

13 Waterton
  • 13 Waterton
    Waterton Lakes National Park is a national park located in the southwest corner of Alberta, Canada, and borders Glacier National Park in Montana, USA. Waterton was Canada's fourth national park, formed in 1895 and named after Waterton Lake. The park contains 505 km˛ (203 mi˛) of rugged mountains and wilderness. In 1979, Waterton was also designated a World Biosphere reserve, preserving mountains, highlands, lakes and freshwater wetlands ecosystems. Habitats represented in the park range include: prairie grasslands, aspen grove forests, alpine tundra/high meadows, arctic-alpine communities above the tree line, lower subalpine forests, deciduous and coniferous forests. The park is part of the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, designated as World Heritage Site in 1995 for its scenery and wealth of plant and animal species.
  • 8 Swift
    Glacier National Park is located in the U.S. state of Montana, bordering the Canadian provinces of Alberta and British Columbia. Glacier National Park contains two mountain ranges, sometimes referred to as the southern extention of the Canadian Rockies mountain ranges, with over 130 named lakes, more than 1,000 different species of plants and hundreds of species of animals. This vast pristine ecosystem, spread across 1,584 mi˛ (4,101 km˛), is the centerpiece of what has been referred to as the "Crown of the Continent Ecosystem", a region of protected land encompassing 16,000 mi˛ (44,000 km˛).[1] The famed Going-to-the-Sun Road, a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark, traverses through the heart of the park and crosses the Continental Divide, allowing visitors breathtaking views of the rugged Lewis and Livingston mountain ranges, as well as dense forests, alpine tundra, waterfalls and two large lakes. Along with the Going-to-the-Sun Road, five historic hotels and chalets are listed as National Historic Landmarks, and a total of 350 locations are on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • 24 Garibaldi
    Garibaldi Provincial Park is a wilderness park located in British Columbia, Canada, about 70 kilometres (43.5 mi) north of Vancouver. The park is located to the east of the Sea to Sky Highway between Squamish and Whistler and covers an area of over 1,950 square kilometres (753 sq mi). Garibaldi was designated as a provincial park in 1927. The park is comprised of many steep, rugged mountains, many of which are capped by glaciers. The southern portion of the park includes Mount Garibaldi and the Garibaldi Volcanic Belt. The Park features many dense Douglas-fir, western red cedar and western hemlock forests, as well as alpine meadows, and many rocky alpine areas. The highest peak in the Park is Wedge Mountain at 2891 metres (9482 ft).

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The images are those used on the actual posters. Click on any image to see the actual poster in separate fullscreen with annotations and borders. All posters are 13" high and the width on *most* is 39". Refer to sizes link from homepage for actual sizes on those that may slightly vary. The posters have the names of the peaks and their locations delineated on the borders of the poster (see above slideshow for just the images).