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Where Locals Hike In The Canadian Rockies:…

Where Locals Hike In The Canadian Rockies: The Premier Trails in…

by Kathy Copeland

Other authors: Craig Copeland (Author)

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Great book on hiking in K country, especially since it is 1) up to date, and 2) doesn't try to include too much. Leaves out hikes that are not up to snuff. Tried one, and it was spot on, in timing. Also gives valuable info on elevation changes vs. length of time on hike. ( )
  laurieschut | Aug 8, 2007 |
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55 premier dayhikes and backpack trips all within two hours of an international airport lead to astonishing alpine meadows, ridges and peaks. Though these trails are little known compared to those in the nearby Canadian Rocky Mountain national parks, the scenery is equally beautiful. Includes Peter Lougheed, Spray Valley, and Bow Valley provincial parks. Discerning trail reviews help you choose your trip. Detailed route descriptions keep you on the path. Includes 15 shoulder-season hikes. 140 color photos and trail maps for each hike. Don't miss the circuit of Tent Ridge, crossing eight folkloric bridges over Galatea Creek, starting into the alpine from the Rockies' highest pass, or the world-class route over Northover Ridge.

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