An Avalanche Memoir by Alan Dennis
From bombs to bombillas, Snow Nomad: An Avalanche Memoir, chronicles the fifty seasons author Alan Dennis worked in the avalanche patch, travelling between Canada, New Zealand, Scotland and Argentina. This unconventional journey on an undulating ...
Voices from the Mackenzies
A History of People who have worked in the Mackenzie Mountains Outfitting Industry. by Paul Deuling
Re-live the experiences of the people who traveled to the distant and untouched Mackenzie Mountains of Canada’s Northwest Territories. This raw, beautiful land was opened to outfitting in 1965, when intrepid entrepreneurs carried out exploratory ...
A Journey Only You Can Take by Diana M. Mohrsen
How much of the world do we miss when we focus on the destination rather than the journey? As Diana Mohrsen sets out on an eight-day solo road-trip through parts of British Columbia and Alberta, she makes a conscious effort to be in the moment—to ...
Memories - Short Stories of the Outdoors
by Bill Keller
Memories — Short Stories of the Outdoors is a diverse collection of real-life tales by a passionate outdoorsman. There are so many wonderful ways to experience nature. Paddling, fishing, hunting, skiing, traveling, or simply being outdoors doing not ...
The West Coast Trail by Kenneth T Gallagher
Sixty-eight-year-old Kenneth T. Gallagher may have been slightly ill-prepared for his first West Coast Trail hike. Still, armed with too much confidence and an out-of-date trail guide, he set off on an adventure. His number one priority: spend time ...
Rafting the Great Northern Rivers
The Nahanni, Firth, and Tatshenshini by W. J. Becker
Though modern science and technology have given us comfort and security, for many people, something deeper is also needed; something that takes us closer to our evolutionary roots in nature. This book will allow the reader to experience, from the ...
Where Orioles Nest and Crocus Bloom
by Brenda Dowell
The compiled articles in Where Orioles Nest and Crocuses Bloom track almost 125 years of life in Western Canada, reaching way back to the early 1900s and travelling forward to present-day. The book is divided into four sections: Our Family, Our ...
Out for a Rip
A Bike Ride Across Canada by Aidan Garcia Sadler, Zachary Rohland and Jeremy Mercado
Blood-sucking mosquitos, dark tunnels, heart-pumping mountain roads (and the occasional run-in with police) are just some of the challenges a trio of friends encounter on their cross-Canada adventure. After completing high school, Aidan Garcia ...
God's Big Coast
by Roy Getman
Still waters run deep, and for one man, the draw of the sea’s deep waters would direct the course of his entire life―a life full to overflowing with humor, drama, kinship, and a pure and abiding faith that keeps him afloat even in the darkest of ...
Red Lake 1926-1986 by Carl Bleich
In 1925, a gold rush exploded in this isolated area of northwestern Ontario. A surge of gold seekers hastened to get to Red Lake. With people flooding in, the provincial government decided to establish a presence. In 1926, the Department of Lands ...