Hike from Bruce Peninsula National Park through superb scenery on the renowned Bruce Trail, which runs along the beautiful Niagara Escarpment.
What does BPNP stand for?
BPNP stands for Bruce Peninsula National Park (Ontario, Canada)
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Four national parks (three of which are within biosphere reserves) have been selected as case studies: Kejimkujik National Park (Nova Scotia, Canada); Bruce Peninsula National Park (Ontario, Canada) Gros Morne National Park (Newfoundland, Canada) and Waterton Lakes National Park (Alberta, Canada).
0- Organization Number of Visitors 1994/95 Banff National Park, Alberta 4,340,000 Jasper National Park, Alberta 1,500,000 Terra Nova National Park, Newfoundland 200,000 Bruce Peninsula National Park, Ontario 140,000 Fathom Five National Marine Park, Ontario 390,000 Fundy National Park, New Brunswick 250,000 Point Pelee National Park, Ontario 450,000 Prince Edward Island National Park, Prince Edward Island 750,000 Yoho National Park, British Columbia 700,000 Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario 970,000 -0- Sales of the Centre of the Universe mapping products alone during the 1997 fiscal year ending January 31, 1998 are expected to exceed $2,000,000.