The documentary takes the audience into a breathtaking world, far in the icy north and wild west of Canada. In Canada, a country full of natural beauty and infinite space, national parks have been preserving unique natural landscapes for 140 years.
In 1972, the Kluane National Park was founded in the southwestern Yukon, an area almost as large as Belgium, with spectacular natural phenomena such as Mt. Logan, Canada's highest mountain at 5,959 m and the world's largest non-polar glacier field.
On the border between the USA and Canada, a large project unites very different actors: they want to enlarge a national park in order to save it. The Waterton-Glacier Peace Park is a unique natural region. Vast parts of the almost 5,000 square kilometers of the protected area are untouched by humans
It takes every viewer's breath away. Visible from afar, the Denali rises out of the Alaska Range at almost 6200 meters. The highest mountain in North America is the eponym for one of the most spectacular national parks in the world.
Yellowstone, the oldest National Park on earth: famous for its diverse wildlife and a massive magma chamber in the depths that characterizes its distinctive landscapes. For a year, a team traveled to the Rocky Mountains and accompanied rangers and adventurers in their incredible daily lives.
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