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ABCs of Avalanche Safety Wilderness Survival Guide Book - Stay Alive Until Help Arrives. Learn how to avoid common wilderness mishaps and handle them confidently if an emergency arises. In Wilderness Survival, author Suzanne Swedo describes all the skills you need to survive shor POPULAR SNOWSHOE TRAILS OF THE CANADIAN ROCKIES.   This guidebook features 50 popular routes in the southern Canadian Rockies, from Waterton in the far south to Bow Lake about 500 km to the north. Some of the routes included are Akamina Pass, Cascade Amph
ABC's of Avalanche Safety
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It's still the handy pocket guide offered at a bargain price. And it is still loaded with the vital information you need to survive in the mountains: how to determine potential avalanche hazard, traveling safely in avalanche terrain, what to do if you're caught in an avalanche, and search and rescue techniques. A respected authority since 1961, this enduring classic has been updated with the very latest research in the field, including avalanche transceiver technology. Wilderness Survival Guide Book - Stay Alive Until Help Arrives. Learn how to avoid common wilderness mishaps and handle them confidently if an emergency arises. In Wilderness Survival, author Suzanne Swedo describes all the skills you need to survive short-term wilderness emergencies, whether you become stranded by bad weather, are forced to abandon your pack, or fall ill. Packed with essential advice, this easy to use guide includes new research on backcountry water quality and the uses and limitations of cell phones and global positioning systems POPULAR SNOWSHOE TRAILS OF THE CANADIAN ROCKIES. This guidebook features 50 popular routes in the southern Canadian Rockies, from Waterton in the far south to Bow Lake about 500 km to the north. Some of the routes included are Akamina Pass, Cascade Amphitheatre, Elbow Lake, Emerald Lake, Ink Pots, Kananaskis Village, Lake Louise, Peyto Lake, Spray Lake, Stanley Glacier Valley, Troll Falls, Upper and Lower Kananaskis Lakes, Wapta Falls, and many more. Also included are colour photos, informative maps, detailed route descriptions, level of difficulty, time required and distance travelled.
Snowshoeing in the Canadian Rockies Snowshoeing in the Canadian Rockies Beginners Guidebook. Whether you are looking for an easy introductory day on flat terrain amid beautiful surroundings or getting to the summit of one of the Rockies innumerable stunning mountains. Ski Trails in the Canadian Rockies. 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 neigh

Snowshoeing in the Canadian Rockies – this 2nd Edition describes 100+ great routes for snowshoers of all levels – from beginners who have never snowshoed, to experienced backcountry travellers who are looking for new challenges. The 61 routes described in the first edition have been augmented with 45 new routes, including trips in the Crowsnest Pass and new treks at Lake Louise. In addition, several routes have been updated with new descriptions and better photos. Alternative, safer routes up several soon-to-be-classic ascents such as Rummel Ridge and Rawson Ridge are also a new feature of this book.

The trips extend from scenic Waterton in the far south to the breathtaking Columbia Icefield in the north section of Banff National Park. Photos, maps and detailed route descriptions are provided for each trip, as well as level of difficulty, objective hazards and additional equipment requirements.

Snowshoeing in the Canadian Rockies Beginners Guide. This second edition of Snowshoeing in the Canadian Rockies has almost doubled in content and now describes over 100 great treks for new or beginner snowshoers. In addition to the very easy routes tailored for those who find themselves on snowshoes for the first time.

As with the original edition, the trips extend from scenic Waterton in the far south to the breathtaking Columbia Icefield in the north section of Banff National Park, with new sections covering Crowsnest Pass and the Highwood. Stunning colour photos, maps and detailed route descriptions are provided for each trip, as well as level of difficulty, time required and distance travelled.

Ski Trails in the Canadian Rockies Book. 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 neighboring 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 quintessential resource for outdoor enthusiasts interested in experiencing the grandeur of western Canada’s backcountry wonderland.
Contains stunning, full-colour photos throughout.
Hiking Glacier & Waterton Lakes National Parks Guide Book. This guide covers more than 850 miles of trails. Includes every trail in both parks and takes hikers to glistening glaciers, scenic lookouts, peaceful lakes and remote wilderness. Easy to follow i Selkirks North BC - Climbing Guide Book. This detailed illustrated guide will show you how to successfully and safely navigate the tallest peaks in the Northern Selkirks in beautiful British Columbia. Written by David P. Jones. Shows detailed climbing rou 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 and illustrations.
This guide covers more than 850 miles of trails. Includes every trail in both parks and takes hikers to glistening glaciers, scenic lookouts, peaceful lakes and remote wilderness. Easy-to-follow instructions and maps will make planning your next trip to Glacier and Waterton Lakes National Parks easy.

Selkirks North BC - Climbing Guide Book. This detailed illustrated guide will show you how to successfully and safely navigate the tallest peaks in the Northern Selkirks in beautiful British Columbia. Written by David P. Jones. Shows detailed climbing routes, detailed peaks along the way.

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. Two distinct areas are covered by each book. North is Volume 1 and south is Volume 2, as geographically divided by the Trans-Canada Highway.

Includes information on terrain, skill level, parking, avalanche safety, park permits, and more.

Rogers Pass Alpine Guide Book by David Jones. This detailed illustrated guide will show you how to successfully and safely navigate the tallest peaks in the Rogers Pass in the heart of the Selkirk Range in beautiful British Columbia. Written by David P. J 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 and illustrations. Rockies Central - Climbing Guide Book by David Jones. This detailed illustrated guide will show you how to successfully and safely navigate the tallest peaks in the Central Rockies in Alberta and beautiful British Columbia. Written by David P. Jones. Show

Rogers Pass Alpine Guide Book by David Jones. This detailed illustrated guide will show you how to successfully and safely navigate the tallest peaks in the Rogers Pass in the heart of the Selkirk Range in beautiful British Columbia. Written by David P. Jones. Details some 300 climbs and includes some 350 photos, maps and drawings.

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. Two distinct areas are covered by each book. North is Volume 1 and South is Volume 2, as geographically divided by the Trans-Canada Highway.

Includes information on terrain, skill level, parking, avalanche safety, park permits, and more.

Rockies Central - Climbing Guide Book by David Jones. This detailed illustrated guide will show you how to successfully and safely navigate the tallest peaks in the Central Rockies in Alberta and beautiful British Columbia. Written by David P. Jones. Shows some 770 climbs and 310 peaks with detailed route maps.

Canadian Rockies South Climbing Routes Guide Book. The Rockies South guide book is the companion volume to Rockies Central and Rockies West, and the essential guide to peaks north of the Canada and United States border. This guidebook is an invitation to
Canadian Rockies South Climbing Routes Guide Book. The Rockies South guide book is the companion volume to Rockies Central and Rockies West, and the essential guide to peaks north of the Canada and United States border.  This guidebook is an invitation to the scrambler and climber to explore over 900 routes documented in 472 color photographs on 593 peaks.  Over 800 of these routes might be considered scrambles.