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Mountain 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 of unique landscapes and vistas that lie within this proud mountain range. The subsections below will allow you to find reports from a specific area within the Rockies and from other mountain regions around the world

Mountain Regions

Heather Ridge, Mt. Redoubt and Ptarmigan Peak from Baker Lake
Skoki Region

(Banff National Park)
– 1 Trip –

Mt. Lougheed and Mt. Sparrowhawk from beside the Spray Lakes Reservoir
Smith-Dorrien / Spray Lakes

(Kananaskis Country)
– 3 Trips –

Kilimanjaro's glaciated summit from a lower camp on the mountain.

(Subregion of International)
– 0 Trip –

Hiking along the Highline Trail in Glacier Naitonal Park
The United States

(Subregion of International)
– 3 Trips –

Terminal Mountain from Whistler's Creek
Tonquin Region

(Jasper National Park)
– 5 Trips –

Lineham Falls
Waterton National Park

(Subregion of Alberta)
– 3 Trips –

The Amiskwi Valley from Mt. McArthur
Yoho National Park

(British Columbia)
– 4 Trips –