In spite of Rite in the Rain’s durability, it’s as recyclable as standard office paper, which is untrue of synthetic, or poly coated papers.
Popular Day Hikes is a series of books written for visitors and locals looking to hike scenic trails from well-established staging areas. These factual, attractive guides feature detailed maps and colour photographs to whet the appetite.
Popular Day Hikes is a series of guidebooks written for visitors and locals alike who want to hike scenic trails from well-established trailheads. These factual, attractive guides feature detailed yet easy to read maps and colour photographs to whet a hiker’s appetite.
Bow Valley Rock is currently out of print but we are pleased to offer the PDF version downloadable upon acceptance of the condition below.
This beautiful alpine guide covers 320 climbs in Rogers Pass, in the Selkirk Range of British Columbia.
A comprehensive guide to one of the most accessible crags in the Bow Valley. Traditional and Sport climbs from 5.5 – 5.11b Single and Multi-pitch routes Includes new and retro-bolted climbs Full colour route photos By Chas Youge ISBN: 9780987936905 31 Pages
This guidebook is a comprehensive guide for any climber who wants to do serious business in the Ghost area.
This full-colour guidebook brings together into a single collection 1200 of the great rockclimbs of Western Canada, from Squamish to Lake Louise to the Ghost River Valley ~ World-famous crags, popular classics, alpine crags, and little known jewels across one of the most beautiful regions in the world. Over 70 different climbing areas are described, with over 800 topos and photos covering sport, trad, long climbs and crags, with 75 boulder problems at Squamish. If you’re planning a road-trip, or want to explore great new areas, this is the guide for you.
By Kevin McLane
20.5cm x 13.5cm
A complete guide to all the sport and gear-protected rock limbs in Banff National Park. Single, multi-pitch and semi-alpine climbs are included, many in previously undocumented areas.
By Chris Perry
Canadian rock climbing was born on the big flat face of Yamnuska. For more than 50 years aspiring youth and grizzled veterans have been putting up new routes on the south-facing slab that faces the sun and attracts climbers every month of the year. In the first-ever climbing guide to the Yam, you will find 115 routes described in detail and accompanied by maps and photographs.
Yamnuska holds a special place in the hearts of people who seek adventure. Climbs range in grade from 5.5 through 5.12, and styles encompass the very bold to the more conservative. The cliff is steeped in history. There is a spiritual nature that is hard to explain, but many climbers have shared this feeling after a day scaling her lofty heights. Partnerships develop between friends and the mountain that can last a lifetime.
By Andy Genereux
5 x 7 inches
Researched and written by legendary alpinist Chic Scott, with the assistance of mountain guide Mark Klassen, this guidebook will continue to be the bible of ski mountaineers in the Rockies. There are plenty of new tours in the book, particularly in newly developed areas where skiers can grab a few powder turns near the road. Information on other areas have been either greatly expanded or completely rewritten and updated. The entire book is printed in colour, showcasing many mouthwatering ski images and destinations. Digital shaded maps prepared from satellite imagery illustrate the routes and terrain and allow this guidebook to set a new standard for ski guidebooks in North America.
By Chic Scott with Mark Klassen
5 x 7 inches
Long regarded as the ultimate guide to the 63 best backpacking trips and day-hikes in Banff, Jasper, Yoho, Kootenay, Mt. Robson, Mt. Assiniboine, Waterton, Kananaskis, and Akamina-Kishenina parks, Classic Hikes has been completely revised.
Detailed trailhead and route descriptions, and a colour map for each hike help get you to the trailhead and keep you on route. The hike descriptions are packed with comprehensive information on history, geology, wildlife, wildflowers, and side-trip options.
Colour photographs depict the principal features. Tips on equipment, food, drinking water, backcountry etiquette, minimum impact travel, hiking with children, preparedness, and bear safety round out this indispensable resource.
The new edition includes five “new” hikes and a foreword by Robert Bateman. Since first publication in 1994, this award-winning guidebook has sold 55,000 copies.
By Graeme Pole
Ridgewalks in the Canadian Rockies presents over 140 ridgewalks in Alberta and British Columbia, including Banff, Jasper, Kootenay, Yoho, and Waterton Lakes national parks. There are over 50 pages of maps and more than 160 photos. Ridgewalking is an enjoyable, often challenging experience. Ridgewalks hold great appeal because of the views they offer: it’s like being on a summit all day.
By Mike Potter
Fire lookouts are natural hiking destinations, offering sweeping panoramas and a captivating human history. Fire lookout hikes grant excellent opportunities to see a wide variety of wildflowers and wildlife, and to enjoy photography.
This second edition of Mike Potter’s Fire Lookout Hikes in the Canadian Rockies describes 101 hikes to active lookouts and sites of former lookouts. The area covered is large: from the U.S. border north to Grande Cache in Alberta, and to north of Prince George in British Columbia. New to this edition is a section of 13 hikes in Glacier National Park, Montana (ecologically part of the Canadian Rockies).
Lavishly illustrated with over 135 colour photographs and 60 colour maps, this book is a unique resource with comprehensive information. A highlight is the Lookouts in Literature appendix.
Fire Lookout Hikes in the Canadian Rockies takes you on fantastic hikes with great views and more.
By Mike Potter
Rock Climbing Joshua Tree West directs you to more than 2,300 rock routes in one of the most popular climbing destinations in the world. This comprehensive guide documents, with unprecedented detail, nearly every climb in the western region of this desert national park: Quail Springs, North Wonderland of Rocks, Lost Horse, Hemingway and Roadside Rocks, Real Hidden Valley, and Hidden Valley Campground and the Outback.
By: Randy Vogel
6 x 9 inches
Now in its third edition, Mexico's Volcanoes covers the third, fifth, and seventh highest mountains in North America — El Pico de Orizaba, Popocatepetl, and Iztacchuatl — and two lesser-known peaks, La Malinche and Nevado de Toluca. This guidebook provides directions to all of the approach roads and climbing routes, and information on routes that have been closed because of volcanic activity.
By: R.J. Secor
Now fully updated!
Reprinted in 2009, with many updated species names, new geological data and fresh recreational info.
The definitive guide to the Canadian Rockies, winner of national and international awards. Everything from bears to butterflies, rocks to ravens. Sections on hiking and biking, backpacking, mountaineering, back-country skiing, boating, human history and safety considerations.
By Ben Gadd
Aver 1000 illustrations in full color
The spectacular guide to 1000 climbs at Canada’s most popular sport climbing area in the grasslands of southern Okanagan of BC.
by Howie Richardson