Border Facts

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The most over­grown ar­eas Canada-U.S. border in­clude:

The moun­tain­ous ter­rain sep­a­rat­ing Bri­tish Columbia, Wash­ing­ton and Idaho.

The forested ar­eas sep­a­rat­ing south­ern Que­bec and New Brunswick from the New Eng­land states.

Rocky Moun­tain sec­tions of Glacier Na­tional Park in Mon­tana and Water­ton Na­tional Park in Al­berta.

The­bound­aryrun­ningth­roughthe wilder­ness of the Yukon from Alaska, where work crews have en­coun­tered thorny veg­e­ta­tion grown four me­tres high in places.



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