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Travel Western Provinces

Waterfall Hikes in the Canadian Rockies – Volume 1

Banff - Kananaskis - Crowsnest - Waterton - Yoho - BC Rockies

by (author) Steve Tersmette

RMB | Rocky Mountain Books
Initial publish date
Apr 2023
Western Provinces, Hikes & Walks
  • Paperback / softback

    Publish Date
    Apr 2023
    List Price
  • eBook

    Publish Date
    May 2023
    List Price

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The second title in a growing series of full-colour guidebooks featuring hikes and walks to some of the most beautiful waterfalls in western Canada.

Waterfall Hikes in the Canadian Rockies — Volume 1 is the ultimate guide to discovering more than a hundred amazing cascades in the Rocky Mountains. Highlighted by stunning photography, this is the one must-have book to take along on your explorations.

Areas covered include:

  1. Banff National Park
  2. Kananaskis Country
  3. Southern Rockies and Crowsnest Pass
  4. Waterton Lakes National Park
  5. British Columbia Rockies
  6. Yoho National Park to Golden

This family-friendly hiking guidebook offers simple and accurate directions to the many iconic and massive waterfalls, as well as local favourites, in the southern Rockies of Alberta and British Columbia.

Watch for Waterfall Hikes in the Canadian Rockies — Volume 2 in Spring 2024!

About the author

Steve Tersmette was introduced to the mountains by his father at a young age and grew up hiking and backpacking in the Canadian Rockies. In 2006 he moved to Kimberley, where he continues to explore the mountains with his friends, wife, and two young children. In 2017, along with his best friend and climbing partner, he became the first to traverse the Purcell Mountains on foot in the summer by trekking from near Kimberley to Rogers Pass. Steve is also an avid climber and mountaineer and has established first ascents and new climbing routes in both the Purcells and the Rockies. He actively volunteers with the East Kootenay Climbing Association to advocate for, maintain, and develop outdoor climbing in Southeastern BC. He lives in Kimberley, British Columbia.

Steve Tersmette's profile page

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