15 Beautiful Photos of the World’s Largest National Park
Take a look at what Northeast Greenland National Park, the largest national park in the world, looks like.
A spectacular spot
Northeast Greenland National Park is the world’s largest national park and is unsurprisingly located on Greenland, the world’s largest island. But how much do you know about this remote place? For more photos of national parks, here are 30 stunning photos of America’s national parks in full bloom.
Northeast Greenland National Park may be the largest national park in the world at 375,000 square miles, but it’s also one of the most remote. The nearby Ittoqqortoormiit village is a sight to see along the way. If you’re really looking to get away, here are 20 of the most remote places on Earth.
Are you a mountain person or a beach person? At Northeast Greenland National Park, you can be both, though in an arctic climate. For more photos of beautiful places, here are 20 jaw-dropping photos of Iceland.
Kong Oscar Fjord
With cotton grass in the foreground and mountains in the background at the Kong Oscar Fjord, Northeast Greenland National Park has a variety of stunning landscapes.
It might be hard to imagine plants thriving in places as cold as the arctic tundra, but the Arctic willow seems to be blooming just fine. If you’re looking to tend to your own garden, learn about some colorful flowers that grow in shade.
Kaiser Franz Josef Fjord
The Kaiser Franz Joseph Fjord in Northeast Greenland National Park has a bit of history behind its name. This fjord was named after Franz Joseph, the Austro-Hungarian emperor, because he helped invest in the Second German North Pole Expedition of 1869, one of the first times that the fjord was observed. Fjords can provide a bit of calm in an otherwise hectic world. Here are the 12 most peaceful places in the world.
Reflections in the water
Stunning mountains, icebergs, and glass-like reflections in the water greet curious world wanderers at the Kaiser Franz Josef Fjord in Northeast Greenland National Park. Here are 15 lesser-known wonders of the world that will take your breath away.
A different perspective
The Kaiser Franz Josef Fjord runs about 62 miles inland and has amazing views along the way while winding around in multiple directions for another 52 miles. For more remote national parks, here are the most difficult national parks to visit in North America.
A lone iceberg floats before Devil’s Castle mountain along the Kaiser Franz Joseph Fjord in Northeast Greenland National Park. For more stunning photos of far-off places, here are 24 breathtaking photos of Antarctica, one of the most remote regions in the world.
Mountains look beautiful at any time during the day, but there’s something about the morning glow of these mountains at the Kong Oscar Fjord that makes them look even more magical. This is the tallest mountain that has never been climbed.
For a park on an island called Greenland, you might be surprised that there are snow-covered mountains in Northeast Greenland National Park, like in this photo of mountains covered in snow. If you’re looking for a vibrant getaway, these are the 15 most colorful natural wonders on earth.
Beaches and mountains
Even though Greenland has an arctic climate, there are still beaches where sand meets the cold shore, like these beaches before mountains along the Kong Oscar Fjord in Northeast Greenland National Park. Here are 20 gorgeous beaches with the clearest water in the world.
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