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The Banff Egypt Lake Map features detailed cartography, accurate hiking trails with distances, and details such as side trips and backcountry campgrounds. For road travellers, it includes viewpoints, picnic areas, and campgrounds.

On the back of the map are trail descriptions of 17 recommended day hikes and four classic multi-day trips, all referenced to the map on the front. Also on the back is a list of trails recommended for early season, birdwatching, wildflowers,... Details
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This two-part volume, GeoBackcountry Rogers Pass: Uptracks, Bootpacks & Bushwhacks, is the third edition of author and skier Douglas Sproul’s companion guidebooks to backcountry skiing routes in Rogers Pass, complete with maps, illustrations, and full-colour photography. Located in British Columbia’s Selkirk Mountains within Glacier National Park, two distinct areas are covered by each book. North is Volume 1 and south is Volume 2, as geographically divided by the Trans-Canada... Details
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This two-part volume, GeoBackcountry Rogers Pass: Uptracks, Bootpacks & Bushwhacks, is the third edition of author and skier Douglas Sproul’s companion guidebooks to backcountry skiing routes in Rogers Pass, complete with maps, illustrations, and full-colour photography. Located in British Columbia’s Selkirk Mountains within Glacier National Park, two distinct areas are covered by each book. North is Volume 1 and south is Volume 2, as geographically divided by the Trans-Canada... Details
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SAVE by purchasing the series package.

Your ultimate guide to backcountry skiing Rogers Pass. The Rogers Pass series includes both books plus the map.

Volume I: GeoBackcountry Rogers Pass North
Volume II: GeoBackcountry Rogers Pass South
Volume III: GeoBackcountry Rogers Pass Map
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Canadian Rockies Trail Guide
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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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The newest edition of the Squamish Select features over 2,300 routes from Murrin Park north to Cheakamus Canyon, and everywhere in between. Extensive descriptions and beautiful photography, along with a classic "Top 100" list, will help inspire years of sending.

500 pages
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Skaha Climbing is a comprehensive guide to the cliffs in Penticton’s Skaha Bluffs and an essential tool for climbers living in BC, Alberta and Washington. Skaha Bluffs contains over 1,000 single-pitch face climbs and boasts a warm, dry climate that provides predictable conditions in a user-friendly provincial park.

All of the newest crags are included in this guide, as well as valuable travelling information for climbers coming from afar. In the spring and fall, Skaha is ... Details
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This is the 2012 edition of the guide to the sunny crags of Skaha, near Penticton in the Okanagan Valley of south-central British Columbia. Climbs cover the full range of sport and gear routes with many beginner crags. Skaha is the second most popular climbing centre in British Columbia, and with its reputation for dry sunny weather and fine sport routes, is a fine alternative to Squamish.

Published by High Col Press (2012)

Illustrations: Photos, route... Details

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The third edition of this full-colour guidebook continues to be the definitive resource for sport climbers traveling to Alberta’s Bow Valley, just west of the city of Calgary. The Bow Valley is Canada’s premiere summer limestone sport climbing area and includes cliffs around Banff, Canmore and Lake Louise.

All of the newest crags are included in this guide as well as valuable traveling information for climbers coming from abroad. In the heat of summer, this is the best... Details

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by Chris Perry

A complete guide to all the sport and gear-protected rock climbs in Banff national Park. Single, multi-pitch and semi-alpine climbs are included, many in previously undocumented areas.

Softcover, 512 pages.

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With over 15,000 copies of previous editions sold internationally, this completely revised and updated new edition is now in full colour and destined to remain the bestselling guide to one of the world’s most stunning mountaineering hotspots.

Originally published in 1995, Sport Climbs in the Canadian Rockies continues to be the quintessential guidebook that both local and visiting climbers reach for when travelling to Western Canada. Featuring over 2,300 routes located... Details

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This extensive guidebook is the complete reference to Squamish climbing, portraying over 2,000 routes across 576 pages with more than 700 photos, maps, and topo drawings. Squamish Rockclimbs extends from Murrin to the Chief to the Smoke Bluffs, and includes the alpine peaks of Sky Pilot and the sea cliffs of Howe Sound. A 76 page history includes guest stories, photo galleries, and a 14,000 word story about the 100-year evolution of climbing at Squamish. This beautiful guidebook is... Details
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The perfect resource for planning a quick snowshoeing adventure in the heart of Canada’s glittering Rocky Mountains.

Snowshoeing continues to be one of the fastest growing sports in North America. Each season thousands of winter-loving individuals and families venture into the stunning winter landscape for a quick getaway or an extended tour in areas surrounding Calgary, Canmore, Banff, Jasper, and Waterton. This new guidebook features 40 popular routes in the southern... Details
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Completely revised and updated, the new edition of this bestselling guidebook features over 150 trails, tours and traverses for the Nordic skier in the five Rocky Mountain national parks, Kananaskis Country and in neighbouring Mount Assiniboine and Mount Robson provincial parks.

With information on snow conditions, avalanches, weather, emergency procedures, equipment, gear, clothing, supplies, huts, lodges and much more, Ski Trails in the Canadian Rockies is the... Details

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Canadian Alpine Journal (CAJ) 2018
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Edited by Sean Isaac

MEMBERS: for even more savings add the CAJ upgrade to your membership.

The Canadian Alpine Journal has been the flagship of the Alpine Club of Canada and the voice of the Canadian mountain world for over a century. The CAJ, published since 1907, is Canada’s record of mountaineering accomplishments. The CAJ is noted worldwide for its fine mountain literature and classic style.

Volume 102

FEATURES:
MA's... Details
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Edited by Sean Isaac

MEMBERS: for even more savings add the CAJ upgrade to your membership.

The Canadian Alpine Journal has been the flagship of the Alpine Club of Canada and the voice of the Canadian mountain world for over a century. The CAJ, published since 1907, is Canada’s record of mountaineering accomplishments. The CAJ is noted worldwide for its fine mountain literature and classic style.

Volume... Details
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MEMBERS: for even more savings add the CAJ upgrade to your membership.

The Canadian Alpine Journal has been the flagship of the Alpine Club of Canada and the voice of the Canadian mountain world for over a century. The CAJ, published since 1907, is Canada’s record of mountaineering accomplishments. The CAJ is noted worldwide for its fine mountain literature and classic style.

Volume 104

FEATURE ARTICLES:
Running in the Shadows — Ethan... Details
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Confessions of a Ski Bum The Bow Valley : Banff to Castle Junction

A completely rewritten and expanded edition of the book that started "confessions".
Includes detailed descriptions, directions, terrain photos and maps for near-endless options, including everything from playful powder laps to yet to be skied big lines.

Covers: Roadside Runs (Cascade East and South Faces, Cory Couloir, Goat’s Eye, Slabatha, The Mason’s Mistake), Sunshine Backcountry... Details
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This 220 page guide encompasses the Fernie, Cranbrook, Kimberley, Canal Flats and Windermere areas of the East Kootenays in southeast BC and features full color photos, maps and descriptions for over 400 sport, trad and alpine climbing routes.
10% of proceeds will be donated to the East Kootenay Climbing Association for crag maintenance and route development in the East Kootenay guidebook area.

Published March 2021

Author: Steve... Details
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Outdoor Research’s award-winning softshell jacket is now available to wear loud and proud with your Club’s logo and colours.

Striking the right balance between weather resistance and breathability, this a light-weight and versatile garment which is a perfect standalone or mid layer option for everything from summer climbing, to hiking, to backcountry skiing.

Your purchase helps to support valuable ACC services: leadership development efforts such as the... Details
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Outdoor Research’s award-winning softshell jacket is now available to wear loud and proud with your Club’s logo and colours.

Striking the right balance between weather resistance and breathability, this a light-weight and versatile garment which is a perfect standalone or mid layer option for everything from summer climbing, to hiking, to backcountry skiing.

Your purchase helps to support valuable ACC services: leadership development efforts such as the... Details
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Outdoor Research’s award-winning softshell jacket is now available to wear loud and proud with your Club’s logo and colours.

Striking the right balance between weather resistance and breathability, this a light-weight and versatile garment which is a perfect standalone or mid layer option for everything from summer climbing, to hiking, to backcountry skiing.

Your purchase helps to support valuable ACC services: leadership development efforts such as the... Details
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This map covers the trails departing from the southern section of the Icefields Parkway from Rampart Creek south to Hector Lake. A 1:100 000-scale inset map on the back of the map increases coverage to the adjoining Mosquito Creek/Fish Lakes area.

The area covered on this map is prime hiking terrain with scenery as superb as the rest of Banff National Park, but with the trails less busy than those in the Banff townsite and Lake Louise areas. Besides spotting marmots in... Details