Earlier this week we spotted a US map that listed every National Park in America except for Hawaii and Alaska.
The map shows you the most efficient way to visit all 47 of them in the least amount of time possible.
This trip is definitely not for the faint of heart.
Especially considering it would take you two months and 14,498 miles to complete.
But perhaps you'd be up for a more manageable challenge.
Canada also has a ton of National Parks, so we decided to make our own road trip map to link as many of them as possible.
We had to skip over 7 of them in British Columbia, Yukon, Nunavut and The Northwest Territories. Either because reaching them required you to cross over water or because Google was simply unable to find uninterrupted driving routes to reach them.
But we did managed to link 40 of them together in one continuous line. (The rest are listed on the map in case you want to find your own route)
Of course because we're from Quebec, we couldn't help ourselves, so we linked 17 of Quebec's provincial parks as well.
Now all you need to do is to choose how many you want to see and how far you're willing to drive.
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