National Park Classic Photo's

One of the three major geographical areas of Nepal
is the northern region located in Himalayas, which
include Mount Everest, the world's highest park.
Because the rugged terrain is too difficult for pack
animals, porters are employed to transport goods. 

Forested mountains of the Adirondack range appear in this
view from Ampersand Mountain, near Saranac Lake in -
Northeastern New York. The Adirondacks, which contain
New York's highest peak - Mount Marcy (1,629 m/5,344 ft) -
extend from central New York into  southern Canada.

The placid beauty of glacial mountains, lakes, and
inlets is characteristic of New Zealand's Fiordland
National Park. Located on the west coast of the South
Island, the park preserves the rugged lands south of the
island's extensive mountain chain, the Southern Alps.

The Canadian Rockies rise above Honeymoon Lake in
Jasper National Park. This park covers approximately 10,878 km2
(4,200 mi2) and includes portions of the Columbia ice field,
the largest North American glacial ice field south of the Artic Circle.

The Cabot Trail, named for John Cabot, who explored the coast
of Nova Scotia in 1497, winds along the northwest coast of Cape
Breton island.This area covering 951 km2 (367 mi2), was designated
as Cape Breton Highland National Parks in 1936
The eastern face of the Teton Mountains provides
a majestic background to a field of wild flowers in
the Grand Teton National Park. This park, established
in 1929, has been gradually expanded to cover 125,590 ha
(310,359 acres) in northwestern Wyoming.

The Grand Canyon, an immense gorge carved by the
Colorado River in northern Arizona, plunges to a depth of
1,700 m (5,577 ft).

(Left) Frozen lake, one of 62 lakes in Washington's Mount Rainier National Park,
lies in a valley bordered by the Cascade Mountains
(Right) The lower Falls, plunging 94 m (308 ft), is a major scenic attraction of Yellowstone
National Park.

Egrets search for food in Everglades National Park,
which constitutes the southernmost portion of the Florida Mainland.
The park, occupying 5,661 km2 (2,186 mi2) of wilderness, was authorized
in 1934. Many rare species of wildlife, including the manatee and -
the saltwater crocodile, thrive within the park's subtropical environment.

A backpacker fords a small stream in the Great Smoky Mountains
National Park, a recreational are situated on the North Carolina
Tennessee border.