A drive through the mountains is always a pleasant experience. Travellers will be able to make the most of their road trips through the Canadian Rockies by keeping Dave Birrell's new pictorial guidebook handy in their glove compartments. Birrell delivers 50 magnificent mountain panoramas taken from highway viewpoints in the Rockies. Interesting historical tidbits accompany the panorama photos, helping the reader identify peaks by name. Read the fascinating stories associated with geographical features such as valleys, lakes and passes and meet some of the individuals who shaped the early history and exploration of the Rockies.Conrad Kain: aquot;A Mountain Guide of Rare Spirita#39; Pika. Photo Don Beers. ... The view of Mount Louis and Mount Fifi is framed by Mount Norquay (2522 m) to the left and the lower slopes of Cascade Mountain (2998 m) to the right. John Norquayanbsp;...
|Title||:||50 Roadside Panoramas in the Canadian Rockies|
|Publisher||:||Rocky Mountain Books Ltd - 2000|