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Handsome Pewter Pin of ACC logo. Approximately 3.5 cm tall.
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In partnership with the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, the ACC is offering a kids’ organic cotton T-shirt, with an image from the classic children’s book from 1910.

The shirt’s front image is a full-colour vinyl print of the cover of our Animals’ Alpine Club children’s book with an elephant and a hippo joining two bears on an icy alpine climb. The lead bear is chopping steps and holds in steep snow, rope tied... Details

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In partnership with the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, the ACC is offering a kids’ organic cotton T-shirt, with an image from the classic children’s book from 1910.

The shirt’s front image is a full-colour vinyl print of the cover of our Animals’ Alpine Club children’s book with an elephant and a hippo joining two bears on an icy alpine climb. The lead bear is chopping steps and holds in steep snow, rope tied... Details

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In partnership with the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, the ACC is offering a kids’ organic cotton T-shirt, with an image from the classic children’s book from 1910.

The shirt’s front image is a full-colour vinyl print of the cover of our Animals’ Alpine Club children’s book with an elephant and a hippo joining two bears on an icy alpine climb. The lead bear is chopping steps and holds in steep snow, rope tied... Details

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In partnership with the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, the ACC is offering a kids’ organic cotton T-shirt, with an image from the classic children’s book from 1910.

The shirt’s front image is a full-colour vinyl print of the cover of our Animals’ Alpine Club children’s book with an elephant and a hippo joining two bears on an icy alpine climb. The lead bear is chopping steps and holds in steep snow, rope tied... Details

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In partnership with the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, the ACC is offering a kids’ organic cotton T-shirt, with an image from the classic children’s book from 1910.

The shirt’s front image is a full-colour vinyl print of the cover of our Animals’ Alpine Club children’s book with an elephant and a hippo joining two bears on an icy alpine climb. The lead bear is chopping steps and holds in steep snow, rope tied... Details

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In partnership with the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, the ACC is offering a kids’ organic cotton T-shirt, with an image from the classic children’s book from 1910.

The shirt’s front image is a full-colour vinyl print of the cover of our Animals’ Alpine Club children’s book with an elephant and a hippo joining two bears on an icy alpine climb. The lead bear is chopping steps and holds in steep snow, rope tied... Details

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In partnership with the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, the ACC is offering a kids’ organic cotton T-shirt, with an image from the classic children’s book from 1910.

The shirt’s front image is a full-colour vinyl print of the cover of our Animals’ Alpine Club children’s book with an elephant and a hippo joining two bears on an icy alpine climb. The lead bear is chopping steps and holds in steep snow, rope tied... Details

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In partnership with the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, the ACC is offering a kids’ organic cotton T-shirt, with an image from the classic children’s book from 1910.

The shirt’s front image is a full-colour vinyl print of the cover of our Animals’ Alpine Club children’s book with an elephant and a hippo joining two bears on an icy alpine climb. The lead bear is chopping steps and holds in steep snow, rope tied... Details

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In partnership with the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, the ACC is offering a kids’ organic cotton T-shirt, with an image from the classic children’s book from 1910.

The shirt’s front image is a full-colour vinyl print of the cover of our Animals’ Alpine Club children’s book with an elephant and a hippo joining two bears on an icy alpine climb. The lead bear is chopping steps and holds in steep snow, rope tied... Details

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In partnership with the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, the ACC is offering a kids’ organic cotton T-shirt, with an image from the classic children’s book from 1910.

The shirt’s front image is a full-colour vinyl print of the cover of our Animals’ Alpine Club children’s book with an elephant and a hippo joining two bears on an icy alpine climb. The lead bear is chopping steps and holds in steep snow, rope tied... Details

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This is the Original Buff with a design exclusive to the ACC.

Built from the stones of Abbot Pass in 1922, the Abbot Pass Hut is rich in history and one of the most unique and cherished huts in North America. It’s been a favourite destination of hikers and mountaineers for more than 90 years. The image is from a painting by long-time ACC member Roy Millar • thanks, Roy!

The Original Buff

Some say it’s only a neckthing. But this “neckthing” will... Details

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Set in the Canadian Rockies, Hooker & Brown is an evocative adventure story about one man’s quest to put to rest a historical mystery. While reading a history book of the area, Rumi • a trail crewman in the Rocky Mountain Parks system • learns of two mysterious mountains, and their story is re-entered into the climber’s imagination. Excited by the idea of seeing the mountains and retracing the steps of earlier mountaineers, Rumi begins a pursuit to reach these peaks and to find... Details

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33 brief mountain tales • from angels on summits to ghosts on ledges, from madmen on diamox to malevolent gurus on mountain tops • these intertwined and very short peeks at the mountains tell tales from the past, present, and future.

“These are no ordinary mountain stories: they are tales of the mystery that lies at the heart of ascent. And not just the ascent of the rock climber and alpinist, but the ascent of the monk, the stone mason, the goat, the cobbler and the office ... Details

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Back Over The Mountains • A Journey To The Buddha Within

Back Over the Mountains is a true story of unexpected friendship between a Buddhist monk seeking to establish himself far from his homeland, and a writer clinging to the remnants of fading borderland culture.

When the author, Jane Marshall, unexpectedly meets exiled Tibetan Buddhist monk Kushok Lobsang Dhamchoe, she begins a journey that not only leads her to remote corners of the Himalayas, but into the realm... Details

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By Bruno Engler

This coffee table book features iconic and historic images celebrating over sixty years of photography by Bruno Engler in the Canadian Rockies. The idea for this book was born in 1999 and Bruno Engler worked on the project until he passed away early in 2001. His wife, Vera Matrasova-Engler, and daughter, Susan Engler Potts, completed the book as a tribute to Engler.

Bruno Engler was born in Lugano, Switzerland, in 1915. He came to Canada in 1939 and... Details

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By Douglas Sproul.

Second Edition

Heavy-duty coated paper and cover

Rounded corners

100 awesome routes with variations

Illustrated images marked with ski routes

Illustrated, Geo-referenced maps marked with ski routes

Glacier National Park Regulations

Impressive and useful Beta

Accommodations and Huts

Safety Information & Self-Rescue Action Plans

“A wolverine at heart, longtime Revelstoke local Douglas... Details

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Special edition of the Gazette in celebration of the Alpine Club’s 100 anniversary, commemorating our past, examining the present and envisioning the future. This collector’s edition is sure to please mountaineers, historians and all those with an interest in the relationship between the Club and the mountains.

Softcover: 64 pages, combination of colour and B&W photos, historic and current.

Published by The Alpine Club of Canada.

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by Ken Wylie

On January 20, 2003, at 10:45 a.m., a massive avalanche released from Tumbledown Mountain in the Selkirk Range of British Columbia. Tonnes of snow carried 13 members of two guided backcountry skiing groups down the 37-degree incline of a run called La Traviata and buried them. After a frantic hour of digging by remaining group members, an unthinkable outcome became reality. Seven people were dead.

The tragedy made international news, splashing photos... Details

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by PearlAnn Reichwein

The mountain parks are for all Canadians for all time and their value cannot be measured in terms of how many access roads, motels, souvenir shops and golf courses we’ve provided. —Bob Jordan, 1971, Member of the ACC The Alpine Club of Canada imagined the Rockies and neighbouring ranges to the west and the north as a “climber’s paradise.” Through a century of adventure and advocacy, the ACC led the way to mountain pursuits in spectacular regions.... Details

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Conrad Kain: Letters from a Wandering Mountain Guide, 1906-1933

Conrad Kain is a titan amongst climbers in Canada and is well-known in mountaineering circles all over the world. His letters to Amelie Malek—a life-long friend—offer a candid view into the deepest thoughts of the Austrian mountain guide, and are a perfect complement to his autobiography, Where the Clouds Can Go. The 144 letters provide a unique and personal view of what it meant to immigrate to Canada in the ... Details

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by Mike Nash

Showing why Prince George is a truly special place to call home, visit, or use as a staging point for British Columbia’s northern hinterland, this guidebook encourages exploration of the city and the surrounding area, with an accent on self-discovery. The rivers, treed escarpments, abundant green spaces, and surrounding backcountry are waiting to be explored winter and summer. Urban walks and wilderness hikes mix with interesting facts, historic memories and ... Details

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by Gillean Daffern

With over 100,000 copies of the previous editions sold, Gillean Daffern’s bestselling hiking guides to Kananaskis Country have been completely reformatted, revised and updated. As the pre-eminent expert on the area, the author continues to offer something for every level of foot-traveller, be they novice or experienced hikers, scramblers or backpackers. Gillean’s clear and detailed text, enhanced with colour photos and maps, enables everyone to... Details

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Having sold more than 40,000 copies of previous editions, this authoritative climbing guide has been completely revised, updated and redesigned for a whole new generation of mountaineers.

The original edition of Scrambles in the Canadian Rockies, published by RMB in 1991, started a scrambling craze in the Canadian Rockies. No longer was reaching the top of those breathtaking peaks limited only to technical climbers; strong hikers with a sense of adventure found that they ... Details

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The second edition of More Scrambles in the Canadian Rockies contains 49 new routes, in addition to the 65 of the first edition, along with a large collection of full-colour photos and maps. The regions of Waterton, The Castle and Kananaskis are covered comprehensively. Between this edition and Alan Kane’s Scrambles in the Canadian Rockies, all of the major, named peaks in Waterton National Park are outlined. The Castle too is thoroughly covered, including a handful of terrific... Details