Andrew Nugara

Rocky Mountain Books November 24, 2020

Softcover 176 Pages

5.5 x 8.5 inches



Popular Snowshoe Trails of the Canadian Rockies

SKU: 10081
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    The perfect resource for planning a quick snowshoeing adventure in the heart of Canada’s glittering Rocky Mountains.

    Snowshoeing continues to be one of the fastest growing sports in North America. Each season thousands of winter-loving individuals and families venture into the stunning winter landscape for a quick getaway or an extended tour in areas surrounding Calgary, Canmore, Banff, Jasper, and Waterton. This new 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.

    Stunning colour photos, informative maps and detailed route descriptions are provided for each trip, as well as level of difficulty, time required and distance travelled.

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    Andrew Nugara was born in Rugby, England, and moved to Canada in 1979. He earned bachelor degrees in classical guitar performance and in education and presently teaches high school physics, mathematics, and music. Andrew is the author of numerous bestselling guidebooks published by RMB, including More Scrambles in the Canadian Rockies – 3rd EditionA Beginner’s Guide to Snowshoeing in the Canadian Rockies – 2nd Edition, Snowshoeing in the Canadian Rockies – 2nd EditionFamily Walks and Hikes in the Canadian Rockies – Volume 1Family Walks and Hikes in the Canadian Rockies – Volume 2Popular Snowshoe Trails in the Canadian Rockies, and Popular Day Hikes: The Castle and Crowsnest. He lives in Calgary, Alberta.


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