Suggested Reading List
Moon Handbook Canadian Rockies
Author: Andrew Hempstead
Description: GUIDEBOOK, 2010, PAPERBACK, 347 PAGES
Canada resident and avid outdoorsman Andrew Hempstead knows the best way to experience the Canadian Rockies, from rafting on the Bow River and hiking Lake O'Hara to staying in a remote log cabin. Packed with information on dining, transportation, and accommodations, Moon Canadian Rockies has lots of options for a range of travel budgets. With must-see sights, maps, aadvice on planning and itineraries -- and an essential dose of humor.
Canadians, A Portrait of the Country and Its People
Author: Roy MacGregor
Description: CULTURAL PORTRAIT, 2008, PAPERBACK, 320 PAGES
A journalist and popular author, MacGregor takes the full measure of Canadian life in this irreverent, entertaining portrait of a people.
Switchbacks, True Stories from the Canadian Rockies
Author: Sid Marty
Description: PAPER, 328 PAGES
Marty recalls the colorful tales of his friends, colleagues and his own youth in this collection of tales. (Item no. CND186)
Scats and Tracks of the Rocky Mountains
Author: James Halfpenny | Todd Telander
Description: FIELD GUIDE, 2001, PAPERBACK, 145 PAGES
An essential pocket guide to tracks, scats and signs of not just the mammals of the region, but also of the reptiles, amphibians and birds. Each of 70 species gets a double-page spread, with line drawings of the animal, scat and track, range map and description. Winner of the 1999 National Outdoor Book Award in the Nature Guidebook Category, it features shaded pencil drawings by Todd Telander.
Rocky Mountain Nature Guide
Author: Andy Bezener
Description: FIELD GUIDE, 1999, PAPERBACK, 192 PAGES
This guide includes information on mammals, fish, birds, trees, shrubs, wildflowers, insects and reptiles from the entire span of the Rockies - Alaska to New Mexico. Featuring over 300 exact full-color illustrations.
Banff & Jasper National Parks Map
Author: Gem Trek Maps
Description: A driver's map of Banff and Jasper National Parks in Alberta, at a birds-eye scale of 1:400,000. This is a good planning map for anyone contemplating a trip to Banff, Jasper, Yoho, Kootenay, Waterton Lakes or Mount Revelstoke and Glacier National parks. Two Sides. 39x27 inches