Alberta Hotel Reservations
Wood Buffalo National Park
Canada’s largest national park, Wood Buffalo National Park stretches across 45,000 square kilometres. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Wood Buffalo is found both the southern Northwest Territories, and northern Alberta – northeast of High Level.
Wildlife viewing can deliver bison, bear, moose, and lynx – plus birdwatching for sandhill cranes, eagles, and owls. Established in 1922, Wood Buffalo is also the second largest national park on the globe. Activities range from boating, hiking, and fishing to winter sports and stargazing.
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