Publisher: Rocky Mountain Books Incorporated
DK's highly regarded, eye-catching, and comprehensive cartography is presented in classic form in this fully updated geographic tome, the second edition of Complete Atlas of the World. All maps enjoy a full double-page spread, maximizing the space for geographic information. The continents are broken down into 330 carefully selected map areas reflecting a meaningful division of the modern world. A section on thought-provoking global topics and an index of 100,000 placenames support the core atlas. This atlas is has been structured into four sections. The first section is a world overview, containing a stimulating series of global thematic maps which explore Earth's place in the universe, its physical forms and processes, the living world, and the human condition. The second section comprises the main atlas, examined in a series of 330 maps, including more than 100 city plans. In section three, all 195 countries of the world are presented along with up-to-date geopolitical facts. In the fourth and final section, a clearly styled index of all 100,000 placenames is provided.
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Recipient of the Banff Mountain Book Festival's Canadian Rockies Award A book to be read and digested, then sampled, then read and dipped into often a fine achievement for this dedicated author Bruce Fairley,Canadian Alpine Journal HOLY SHIT WAAAAAAAAAT A FABBBBBULOUS TOME. Tami Knight, Illustrator/Mountaineer This important new book tells the story of Canada's 200-year mountaineering history. Through the use of stories and pictures, Chic Scott documents the evolution of climbing in Canada. He introduces us to the early mountain pioneers and the modern day climbing athletes; he takes us to the crags and the gyms, from the west coast to Québec, and from the Yukon to the Rockies. But most importantly, Scott showcases Canadian climbers-the routes that challenged them, the peaks that inspired them, their insatiable desire to climber harder, to push the limits. Begin the trek through Canada's climbing history Learn about Swiss guides hired by CPR hotels who ushered in the glory years of first ascents. Continue through to the turn of the twentieth century when British and American climbers of leisure found themselves hampered by the difficulties of travel through the Canadian wilderness. Learn about the European immigrants of the 1950s who pushed the limits on the rock walls, and the American superstars who led the search for frightening new routes on the big north faces. Be there when British expatriates pioneer an exciting new trend in world mountaineering-waterfall ice climbing. Witness the popular growth of sport climbing, both on the crags and in the gyms. Finally, enjoy the story of home-grown climbers. Initially slow to take up the challenge, both at home and overseas, they are now leaders in the climbing world.
In early August an exploratory trip along the Seward Glacier gave the climbers a good look at Vancouver's north ridge . ... flying with King in the Norseman , dropped boxes of equipment and supplies on the flanks of the mountain .
Author: Chic Scott
Publisher: Rocky Mountain Books Ltd
Category: Sports & Recreation
Canadian national identity is bound to the idea of a Great White North. Images of snow, wilderness, and emptiness seem innocent, yet this path-breaking book reveals they contain the seeds of racism. Informed by the insight that racism is geographical as well as historical and cultural, the contributors trace how notions of race, whiteness, and nature helped construct a white country in travel writing and treaty making; in scientific research and park planning; and in towns, cities, and tourist centres. Rethinking the Great White North offers a new vocabulary for contemporary debates on Canada's role in the North and the meaning of the nation.
In the sea of sterile mountains: The Chinese in British Columbia. Vancouver: J.J. Douglas. Mowat, F. 1958. Coppermine journey: An account ofa great adventure – Selected from thejournals ofSamuel Hearne. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart.
Author: Andrew Baldwin
Publisher: UBC Press
Category: Social Science
Dissatisfied lawyer Winston Patrick leaves his first career to pursue teaching at a Vancouver high school — but he can't seem to leave the legal world behind. Deadly Lessons Winston Patrick, a successful lawyer but dissatisfied with his career defending the downtrodden of Vancouver's criminal world, trades in the courtroom for the high school classroom. Soon Winston's past life meets his present when a student accuses a fellow colleague of a teacher-student love affair. Last Dance Former lawyer Winston Patrick is barely surviving his first year at a Vancouver high school when his students present a human rights issue. A student wants to bring his same-sex partner to the prom, but the school says no. Winston reluctantly leads his kids in suing the school. Opponents will stop at nothing to make their point, even murder.
... better part of the late afternoon polishing her appearance for a night on the town with Vancouver's upper crust. ... at the glorious view of the harbour and North Shore mountains from the luxurious splendour of her private vista, ...
Author: David Russell
Iconic sites like Mount St. Helens, Mount Rainier, and Grand Coulee Dam are complemented by those undiscovered places that only a longtime local can show you. From the eastern deserts to the western rainforests, Washington is home to some of the most varied and beautiful places in the country. Iconic sites like Mount St. Helens, Mount Rainier, and Grand Coulee Dam are complemented by those unknown and undiscovered places that only a longtime local like the author can show you.
The islands are in the rain shadow of the Olympic Mountains and Vancouver Island. ... Open 10–2 Wed.–Sat. Orcas Island Chamber of Commerce (360-376-2273; www.orcasislandchamber .org), 65 North Beach Road, Eastsound 98245.
Author: Denise Fainberg
Publisher: The Countryman Press
Orange Coast Magazine is the oldest continuously published lifestyle magazine in the region, bringing together Orange County¹s most affluent coastal communities through smart, fun, and timely editorial content, as well as compelling photographs and design. Each issue features an award-winning blend of celebrity and newsmaker profiles, service journalism, and authoritative articles on dining, fashion, home design, and travel. As Orange County¹s only paid subscription lifestyle magazine with circulation figures guaranteed by the Audit Bureau of Circulation, Orange Coast is the definitive guidebook into the county¹s luxe lifestyle.
The continual contrast of old and new, sea and mountains, leaves the visitor a little breathless, so don't try to see everything in ... Vancouver has the second largest Chinatown in North America, and Chinese restaurants are everywhere.
Covers the city of Vancouver and the surrounding metropolitan area primarily located in the Greater Vancouver Regional District.
WEST VANCOUVER Ambleside Park and Seawall ( Marine Drive from 11th to 29th ) Around 1912 , John Nesbitt's cattle ... and past waterfalls ( 2 - kilometre circular route ) in this little known gem of a wilderness park that allows dogs .
Author: Chuck Davis
Publisher: Surrey, B.C. : Linkman Press
Category: Vancouver Metropolitan Area (B.C.)
What shall we do today? Rain or shine, any season of the year-on any budget-Vancouver is a city filled with fun activities for kids and their parents. Whether first-time visitor or long-time resident, readers will find plenty to surprise and delight them in this practical guidebook. Parks, beaches, shopping malls, museums-each is examined from a kid's-eye view. This indispensable guide lists all pertinent details-everything from kid-friendly restaurants and kid-oriented stores to child-related emergency facilities-plus tips and insights into how to get the best out of your visit. Helpful basics on how to get around the city and where to stay are combined with a breakdown of the special attractions of each of Greater Vancouver's neighbourhoods and surrounding communities. Also included are discount coupons to help stretch your dollar. With this book in hand, there's no reason for you and your kids to be bored in Vancouver.
It's only a 15 - minute SeaBus ride to downtown Vancouver , so you can explore the city , then get away from it when you've had enough . The hotel is close to the North Shore mountains , and it's easy to get to places like Lighthouse ...
Author: Victoria Bushnell
Publisher: Raincoast Book Dist Limited
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
But this line will open a new and glorious panorama of Western grandeur . Upon making a trip over the ... The company , however , has about 12 miles of steel constructed from North Vancouver , upon which electric cars are in operation .
Category: Freight and freightage