Kootenay National Park

Author: Bob Hahn
Publisher: Rocky Mountain Books Ltd
ISBN: 9780921102748
Size: 54.69 MB
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This colourful pictorial guide was written in collaboration with The Friends of Kootenay Park to provide tourists with information about the park's history, flora and fauna.

The Canadian Rockies Jasper National Park

Author: Brenda Koller
Publisher: Hunter Publishing, Inc
ISBN: 1588439747
Size: 52.16 MB
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A unique feature of this guide book is that it includes hiking details for each of the areas described. Since we have hiked many of these areas, we know this is a necessary and valuable tool for planning hikes.

Camping British Columbia

Author: Jayne Seagrave
Publisher: Heritage House Publishing Co
ISBN: 9781894974608
Size: 11.97 MB
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Fully revised and updated, this sixth edition of Camping British Columbia describes the location, amenities and recreational activities of every BC provincial and national park that offers vehicle-accessible camping. Camping with kids?

Parkways Of The Canadian Rockies

Author: Brian Patton
Publisher: Summerthought Publishing
ISBN: 9780978237523
Size: 56.60 MB
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The Banff-Windermerc Highway — also known as the Banff-Radium Highway,
Highway 93 South, and sometimes the Kootenay Parkway — was the first road
across the central Rockies to connect Alberta with the road system of
southeastern British Columbia. For its part in funding the construction of the road,
the federal government received a strip of land five miles wide on cither side of
the highway from the Province of British Columbia to use as a national park.
Kootenay National ...

Canadian Rockies Trail Guide

Author: Brian Patton
Publisher: Summerthought Publishing
ISBN: 9780978237509
Size: 33.91 MB
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Kootenay National Park is a 1406-sq-km reserve on the British Columbia side of
the continental divide — the last national park to be created in the Canadian
Rockies in 1920. It is bounded on the north by Yoho National Park and on the
east by Banff National Park and Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park. Of the four
adjoining mountain national parks. Kootenay is possibly the least known by the
average visitor. However, its 200-km trail system runs to some of the most rugged
scenery ...

Hoofed Mammals Of British Columbia

Author: David M. Shackleton
Publisher: UBC Press
ISBN: 9780774807289
Size: 52.27 MB
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David M. Shackleton, Royal British Columbia Museum. deposit, can indicate that
the area is used as a lick. At some dry licks, the substrate is quite hard, and
ungulates may chew soft, friable rocks in search of valuable minerals. Most deer
species seem to prefer wet licks, whereas wild sheep and Mountain Goats tend to
use dry licks, and Elk use both. Examples of both types of licks can be seen in
Kootenay National Park. A wet lick, located on the south side of Highway 93
southeast of ...