Nahanni national park, Northwest territories, Canada
This protects a portion of the Mackenzie mountains natural range, the centipede of this area is the South nahani river, and there are four noteworthy canyons reaching as much as a kilometre reading depth (imaginatively cold first second third and fourth canyon).
The park includes sulphur hot springs alpine tundra mountain reigned jays and forests of both spruce and Aspen. Mammal species include black bears timberwolves moose shrew vole arctic ground squirrel marmot mink beaver pine mart in links snowshoe hare, river otter muskrat and red fox. Notable birds include the American kestrel bold and golden eagles loons rednecks Greece sharp skinned hawks and trumpeter swans.