Adirondack State Park, USA
Adirondack State Park is located in upstate New York and covers an area of 2.5 million hectares. It is the largest natural park in the United States.
The Adirondack Mountains rise in the northeastern part of the park. It has 42 peaks with a height of 1200 m, and 11 of them have an alpine profile. Tourists come here from all over the world to ski, dog sled and do other winter sports. In addition, there are 3,200 miles of hiking trails, and 2,400 miles of rivers within Adirondack State Park. The park's lands are covered with forests of white and pitch pine, spruce, maple, birch, and dogwood. Mammals found here include black bears, American lynx, coyotes, and white-tailed deer, while lakes support trout and salmon.