Banff National Park Hiking Guide
By: Brian Patton and Bart Robinson
Publication date: June 2017
Word count: 21,000
File type: Kindle eBook
The Banff National Park Hiking Guide is a full-colour eBook researched and written by Brian Patton and Bart Robinson, two well-known hiking authors who have spent a lifetime exploring the backcountry of Banff National Park.
Banff National Park, in Alberta, Canada, is renowned for its accessible wilderness. In this eBook, authors Patton and Robinson leverage their decades of hiking experience to create detailed descriptions of 36 hiking trails specifically suited for day hikers. These trails range from an easy walk along the shore of Lake Louise to full day outings that end in wildflower meadows high above the treeline.
The Banff National Park Hiking Guide includes:
• Descriptions of 36 of the best Banff hiking trails, plus interesting side trips
• "Need to Know" section for every trail
• A trail outline that includes every important landmark or junction along every trail
• A detailed topographical map for each trail
• Planning Your Trip" section that includes information sources, weather, and transportation
• Stunning colour photography
• Competitive pricing: All this for just C$4.99/US$4
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