Regions

Where Would You Like to Explore?

The Rocky Mountains span a tremendous 4,800km from Northern British Columbia to the southern state of New Mexico. For the section that lies within Canada explorers would surely be surprised by the sheer variety or unique landscapes and vistas that lie within this proud mountain range. The subsections below will allow you to find reports from a specific region within the Rockies.

Regions of the Rockies

The view towards Upper Kintla Lake from Forum Peak
Akamina-Kishinena

(Waterton National Park)
– 1 Trip –

Moraine Lake and the Tower of Babel
Alberta

(Subregion of Canada)
– 37 Trips –

Deltaform, Eiffel Peak and Mt. Pinnacle
Banff National Park

(Subregion of Alberta)
– 14 Trips –

The Spray Lakes Reservoir from Read's Ridge
Bow Valley Wildland

(Subregion of Canmore)
– 5 Trips –

The President and Vice-President in Yoho National Park
British Columbia

(Subregion of Canada)
– 5 Trips –

The Town from Grotto Mountain
Canmore

(Subregion of Alberta)
– 5 Trips –

Mt. Athabasca and Hilda Peak at Dawn
Columbia Icefields

(Jasper National Park)
– 8 Trips –

Turtle Mountain and the Town of Blairmore from Mt. Saskatoon
Crowsnest Pass

(Subregion of Alberta)
– 1 Trip –

Abraham Lake and Mt. Michener
David Thompson Country

(Subregion of Alberta)
– 3 Trips –

The Saskatchewan River Valley
Edmonton Region

(Subregion of Alberta)
– 2 Trips –

King Creek Ridge from Mt. Hood
Elbow-Sheep Wildland

(Kananaskis Country)
– 4 Trips –

Walking the Highline Trail near Logan Pass.
Glacier National Park

(The United States)
– 1 Trip –