Canada, United States, Yukon discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

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Out incidents hair's uh when reaches the ground yet it's often this golden color the problem is they don't last very long ran out in the rain so you're if it lasts more than a few months or a few years it's very rare but on the underside of rocks it can last quite a long time because it's it's protected from the b elements so yet do that you may actually be it will see very tiny bits of pairs of palay in the park will you going with this epa lease tears in those are easier to find which were the little teardrop sheep amounts of lava that crystallized basically almost like rain yeah uh here and if you go to the visitor's center they have some very large and very well preserved examples of both excellent we should see we were the big island i don't know if we assume that the big island and i think there's a possibility in the future for other hawaiian sites to be included i'm guessing it would probably be a serial site that included many of the traditional hawaiian sites that are also currently part of the national park service but that that'd be in the future uh next will go to alaska weaver not alaska only has one world heritage site and it shared between canada so it's the klu wani slash rangel saint elias slash group glacier bay slash task inishke slash l thick world heritage site so it's two national parks in the united states a national park in the yukon and a large provincial park british columbia and basically so i visited it from the it's all one site even though it's two countries and many parks by visited the site from the yukon side i actually i beg done three aerial flights a small plane twice in the nelson at a helicopter and basically you have this massive icefield up in the top of the mountains if you visit obviously by ship you're probably gonna be going into uh glacier baid national park us side alaska but if you have the opportunity definitely take a plane to go off.

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