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[100 YR SWISS CENTENNIAL CLIMB 1999: Faye Summit notes. Bow Hut OCT - DEC 1998]

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Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Scope & Content
File consists of summit notes from Mount Fay produced by the Alpine Club of Canada between 1998 and 1999. Summit record includes entries from visitors to the various summits which pertain to individuals' hiking and climbing trips; details of specific events which occurred while at the summit, wildl…
Date Range
1998-1999
Reference Code
M200 / V / A / 156
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Textual record
Organization record
Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M200
V14
S6
Series
M200 / V: Summit Records
Sous-Fonds
M200
Sub-Series
M200 / V / A: Identified Summit Records
Accession Number
accn. 2023.06
Reference Code
M200 / V / A / 156
GMD
Textual record
Organization record
Responsibility
Summit Registers and Notes produced by Alpine Club of Canada
Date Range
1998-1999
Physical Description
0.5 cm of textual records
History / Biographical
Mount Fay is located along the Continental/Great Divide, along the Alberta and British Columbia border. Mount Fay is part of the Canadian Rockies.
Scope & Content
File consists of summit notes from Mount Fay produced by the Alpine Club of Canada between 1998 and 1999. Summit record includes entries from visitors to the various summits which pertain to individuals' hiking and climbing trips; details of specific events which occurred while at the summit, wildlife sightings, trail updates, and related topics. File: M200 / V / A / 156: [100 YR SWISS CENTENNIAL CLIMB 1999: Faye Summit notes. Bow Hut OCT - DEC 1998]
Notes
For Bow Hut Register, see M200 / IV / F / 31
Name Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Subject Access
Alberta
Alpine Club of Canada
Backpacking
British Columbia
Climbing
Club
Description and travel
Environment
Environment and Nature
Great Divide
Hiking
Mountain
Mountaineering
Mountaineers
Mountains
Record keeping
Ski mountaineering
Sports and leisure
Sports and recreation
Summit
Trails
Geographic Access
Canada
Canadian Rocky Mountains
Great Divide
Continental Divide
Alberta
British Columbia
Mount Fay
Access Restrictions
Restrictions may apply
Language
English
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M235
M200 / IV / F / 31
Category
Environment
Exploration and travel
Sports, recreation and leisure
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Title based on contents of file
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Alberta Centennial 2005 Summit Registers and Notes

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Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Scope & Content
Files consist of summit notes and summit registers from the Alberta Centennial Mountain Expedition 2005 produced by the Alpine Club of Canada between 2005 and 2017. Summit records include entries from visitors to the various summits which pertain to individuals' hiking and climbing trips; details o…
Date Range
2005-2017
Reference Code
M200 / V / A / 14 to 25
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Textual record
Organization record
Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M200
V14
S6
Series
M200 / V: Summit Records
Sous-Fonds
M200
Sub-Series
M200 / V / A: Identified Summit Records
Accession Number
accn. 2023.20 accn. 8002 accn. 2023.19 accn. 2014.8293
Reference Code
M200 / V / A / 14 to 25
GMD
Textual record
Organization record
Responsibility
Summit Registers and Notes produced by Alpine Club of Canada
Date Range
2005-2017
Physical Description
25 cm of textual records 12 volumes
History / Biographical
The Alberta Centennial Mountain Expedition 2005 was a way for the Alpine Club of Canada, the Rocky Mountain Ramblers and other climbing groups to celebrate the Centennial of Alberta. These groups climbed various mountains throughout Alberta and placed registers on their peaks for climbers to commemorate their climbs during the centenary period. Various summits were reached including Mount Aylmer, Pigeon Mountain, Mount Niblock and others.
Scope & Content
Files consist of summit notes and summit registers from the Alberta Centennial Mountain Expedition 2005 produced by the Alpine Club of Canada between 2005 and 2017. Summit records include entries from visitors to the various summits which pertain to individuals' hiking and climbing trips; details of specific events which occurred while at the summit, wildlife sightings, trail updates, and related topics. Files consist of: M200 / V / A / 14: Mount. Aylmer 2005 M200 / V / A / 15: 2005 Alberta Centennial Mtn. Expedition Summit Register – Pigeon Mtn., Aug 2005 – July 2006 M200 / V / A / 16: Summit Register + Notes – Big Sister, Aug 2005 – Aug 2007 (AB. Centennial Mtn. Expedition 2005 Register) M200 / V / A / 17: Sentry Mountain Summit Register 2005 - 2017 M200 / V / A / 18: Mount Niles [summit register] [2005-2017] M200 / V / A / 19: Alberta Centennial Mtn. Expedition, 2005 Summit Register – MT. Niblock, July 2006 – July 2009 M200 / V / A / 20: 2005 AB. Centennial Mtn. Expedition Middle Sister July 2006 – July 2007 M200 / V / A / 21: 2005 AB. Centennial Mountain Expedition, Yamnuska, 2005 – 2006. Summit Register M200 / V / A / 22: Summit Register – Crowsnest Mtn., July 2005 – July 2007 2005 AB. Centennial Mtn. Expedition M200 / V / A / 23: Alberta Centennial Mountain Expedition. [Part 1 of 2]. M200 / V / A / 24: Alberta Centennial Mountain Expedition. [Part 2 of 2]. M200 / V / A / 25: [unidentified Alberta Centennial Mountain Expedition Log]
Name Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Subject Access
Alberta
Alpine Club of Canada
Backcountry skiing
Backpacking
Banff
Banff National Park
Bow Valley
Celebrations
Centennial
Climbing
Environment
Environment and Nature
Events
Hiking
Mountaineering
Mountaineers
Mountains
Ski mountaineering
Skiing
Sports and leisure
Sports and recreation
Summit
Trails
Winter sports
Yamnuska Mountain
Geographic Access
Canada
Alberta
Banff
Banff National Park
Bow Valley
Canadian Rocky Mountains
Crowsnest Pass
Kananaskis Country
Mount Yamnuska
Pigeon Lake
Rocky Mountains
Access Restrictions
Restrictions may apply
Language
English
French
Conservation
Some registers contain water damage. Some registers have loose pages placed in mylar. Some registers contain rusted staples.
Related Material
M235
Category
Environment
Exploration and travel
Sports, recreation and leisure
Title Source
Title based on contents of file
Processing Status
Processed
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Anderson Peak Summit Record

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Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Scope & Content
File consist of one summit register from Anderson Peak produced by the Alpine Club of Canada between 2006 and 2013. Summit record includes entries from visitors to the summit which pertain to individuals' hiking and climbing trips; details of specific events which occurred while at the summit, wild…
Date Range
2006 - 2013
Reference Code
M200 / V / A / 109
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Textual record
Organization record
Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M200
V14
S6
Series
M200 / V: Summit Records
Sous-Fonds
M200
Sub-Series
M200 / V / A: Identified Summit Records
Accession Number
accn. 2014.8347
Reference Code
M200 / V / A / 109
GMD
Textual record
Organization record
Responsibility
Summit Registers and Notes produced by Alpine Club of Canada
Date Range
2006 - 2013
Physical Description
1 cm of textual records 1 volume
History / Biographical
Anderson Peak is a mountain in the Canadian Rockies, located in Waterton Lakes National Park in southwestern Alberta.
Scope & Content
File consist of one summit register from Anderson Peak produced by the Alpine Club of Canada between 2006 and 2013. Summit record includes entries from visitors to the summit which pertain to individuals' hiking and climbing trips; details of specific events which occurred while at the summit, wildlife sightings, trail updates, and related topics. File: M200 / V / A / 109: Anderson Peak
Name Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Subject Access
Alberta
Alpine Club of Canada
Backcountry skiing
Backpacking
Climbing
Club
Cross-country skiing
Description and travel
Environment
Environment and Nature
Hiking
Mountain
Mountaineering
Mountaineers
Mountains
National parks and reserves
Parks
Record keeping
Ski mountaineering
Ski areas
Skiing
Skis
Sports and leisure
Sports and recreation
Summit
Trails
Geographic Access
Canada
Alberta
Canadian Rocky Mountains
Rocky Mountains
Waterton Lakes National Park
Waterton National Park
Anderson Peak
Access Restrictions
Restrictions may apply
Language
English
Conservation
Evidence of mold, materials placed in mylar
Related Material
M235
Category
Environment
Exploration and travel
Sports, recreation and leisure
Title Source
Original Title
Processing Status
Processed
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The art of Shralpinism : lessons from the mountains

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Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Published Date
2022
Author
Jones, Jeremy
Publisher
Seattle, WA : Mountaineers Books
Call Number
01.5 J71t
Author
Jones, Jeremy
Publisher
Seattle, WA : Mountaineers Books
Published Date
2022
Physical Description
284 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Subjects
Skiing
Ski mountaineering
Avalanches
Safety
Backcountry
Health
Guidebook
Abstract
Not a technical guide on snowboarding but, rather, a very personal approach to how to think about mountains, snow, and adventure, The Art of Shralpinism reflects the remarkable journey of snowboarding superstar Jeremy Jones. Drawing on the hundreds of journals he has kept over the years, Jones offers intriguing snapshots of time and place that include his own on-the-slope stories and white-out moments, as well as those of other prominent adventurers such as Jimmy Chin, Zahan Billimoria, and Christina Lusti. Shralpinism is a compendium of lessons hard won: quick tips, sound advice, and impactful stories. Learn which aspects of avalanche training are most crucial to absorb, ways to anticipate slope behavior or recognize clean lines, how to cut a cornice or develop safety protocols, how to build a fitness routine, the art of the turn, and keys to developing terrain and skills progression. Jones discusses the importance of mentors, the necessity and intensity of practice, the nature of risk, and the shape of failure. But at its heart, The Art of Shralpinism revels in the power of experience, the impact of stoke, and the beauty that underscores all outdoor adventure. -- From Publisher
Contents
Building a foundation -- The resort and progression -- Mistakes, goals, mentors, and partners -- Risk -- Mountains -- Avalanche safety -- Health and fitness -- Gear and backcountry travel -- Life of glide -- Alaska and the birth of TGR -- Raising shredders -- The mountains are changing.
ISBN
9781680513301
Accession Number
P2023.17
Call Number
01.5 J71t
Collection
Archives Library
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Asulkan Hut Registers

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Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Scope & Content
Sub-series of hut registers from the Asulkan Hut produced by the Alpine Club of Canada between 2010 and 2019. Registers include entries from visitors to the huts which pertain to individuals' hiking and climbing trips; details of specific events which occurred while staying at the hut, wildlife sig…
Date Range
2010-2019
Reference Code
M200 / IV / R
Description Level
4 / Sub-series
GMD
Textual record
Organization record
Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
4 / Sub-series
Fonds Number
M200
V14
S6
Series
M200 / IV: Hut Registers
Sous-Fonds
M200
Sub-Series
M200 / IV / R: Asulkan Hut Registers
Accession Number
accn. 2014.8293
accn. 2023.19
accn. 2020.05
Reference Code
M200 / IV / R
GMD
Textual record
Organization record
Responsibility
Registers produced by Alpine Club of Canada
Date Range
2010-2019
Physical Description
7 cm of textual records 4 volumes
History / Biographical
According to the Alpine Club of Canada's website The Asulkan Hut is located in the Asulkan Valley at Rogers Pass, in Glacier National Park. From the Asulkan Hut day trips can be made to the Seven Steps of Paradise, Asulkan Pass, Sapphire Col, and the Dome Glacier.
Scope & Content
Sub-series of hut registers from the Asulkan Hut produced by the Alpine Club of Canada between 2010 and 2019. Registers include entries from visitors to the huts which pertain to individuals' hiking and climbing trips; details of specific events which occurred while staying at the hut, wildlife sightings, custodial issues and updates, and related topics. The sub-series is separated into individual hut registers, arranged by date:
M200 / IV / R / 1: [Asulkan Hut Register 2010-2011]
M200 / IV / R / 2: [Asulkan Hut] 2011 - 2014
M200 / IV / R / 3: Asulkan Hut [2015-2017]
M200 / IV / R / 4: [2017-2019 Asulkan Hut Register]
Name Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Subject Access
Huts
Cabins and shelters
Cabins
Backcountry skiing
Backpacking
British Columbia
Buildings and facilities
Climbing
Environment and Nature
Glacier National Park
Mountaineering
Mountaineers
Mountains
Ski mountaineering
Skiing
Winter sports
Geographic Access
Canada
British Columbia
Glacier National Park
Asulkan Valley
Rogers Pass
Sapphire Col
Dome Glacier
Access Restrictions
Restrictions may apply
Language
English
French
Japanese
Mandarin
Category
Environment
Exploration and travel
Sports, recreation and leisure
Biographical Source Notes
Alpine Club of Canada website: https://www.alpineclubofcanada.ca/asulkan-cabin/
Title Source
Title based on contents of sub-series
Processing Status
Processed
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Balfour Hut Registers

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Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Scope & Content
Sub-series of hut registers from the Balfour (Rob Ritchie) Hut produced by the Alpine Club of Canada between 1966 and 2019. Registers include entries from visitors to the huts which pertain to individuals' hiking and climbing trips; details of specific events which occurred while staying at the hut…
Date Range
1966-2001
2007-2019
Reference Code
M200 / IV / I
Description Level
4 / Sub-series
GMD
Textual record
Organization record
Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
4 / Sub-series
Fonds Number
M200
V14
S6
Series
M200 / IV: Hut Registers
Sous-Fonds
M200
Sub-Series
M200 / IV / I: Balfour Hut Registers
Accession Number
accn. 2376
accn. 3298
accn. 3560
accn. 7779
accn. 2023.10
accn. 2023.31
accn. 2023.15
Reference Code
M200 / IV / I
GMD
Textual record
Organization record
Responsibility
Registers produced by Alpine Club of Canada
Date Range
1966-2001
2007-2019
Physical Description
20 cm of textual records 9 volumes
History / Biographical
According to the Alpine Club of Canada's website: "The Rob Ritchie Hut, also known as the Balfour Hut, is found on low, rocky hills at the toe of the Vulture Glacier, approximately 28 km northwest of the town of Lake Louise, AB. It is east of Balfour Pass and the Continental divide, just inside the Banff National Park boundary.[...] The Rob Ritchie Hut, also known as the Balfour Hut, is found on low, rocky hills at the toe of the Vulture Glacier, approximately 28 km northwest of the town of Lake Louise, AB. It is east of Balfour Pass and the Continental divide, just inside the Banff National Park boundary. This is the half-way mark for the Wapta Traverse and is usually used in conjunction with the other huts in this chain while attempting this classic cross-glacier ski trip. Usual approach is from Bow Hut through the Olive/St. Nicholas Col then down the gentle and pleasant Vulture Glacier to Balfour Pass, where the hut sits on a section of moraine beneath the impressive bulk of Mt. Balfour. Though most people will spend one night at the R.J. Ritchie (Balfour) Hut before continuing on to Scott Duncan, there is potential for good skiing here, especially on the Diableret Glacier which sits northwest of Mt. Balfour and makes for a fantastic run on a clear day! There is also an optional route to the summit of Mt. Gordon from this hut, which would be an excellent loop trip if combined with the normal route back towards Bow Hut. Use your imagination and some neat trip ideas will present themselves!"
Scope & Content
Sub-series of hut registers from the Balfour (Rob Ritchie) Hut produced by the Alpine Club of Canada between 1966 and 2019. Registers include entries from visitors to the huts which pertain to individuals' hiking and climbing trips; details of specific events which occurred while staying at the hut, wildlife sightings, custodial issues and updates, and related topics. The sub-series is separated into individual hut registers, arranged by date:
M200 / IV / I / 1: Balfour Hut [Register] [1966-1971]
M200 / IV / I / 2: Balfour Pass Hut [1971-1972]
M200 / IV / I / 3: Balfour Pass Hut Register [1973-1974]
M200 / IV / I / 4: Balfour Pass Hut [register 1974-1982]
M200 / IV / I / 5: "Balfour Hut" [register] Sept. 2, 1982 - Nov. 17, 1989
M200 / IV / I / 6: Balfour Hut Journal Nov. 22, 1989 - Apr. 25, 1997
M200 / IV / I / 7: Balfour Hut Register [1997 -2001]
M200 / IV / I / 8: Balfour Hut Register 2007 - 2015
M200 / IV / I / 9: Balfour Hut register 2011 - 2019
Name Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Subject Access
Huts
Cabins
Cabins and shelters
Backcountry skiing
Banff National Park
Buildings and facilities
Climbing
Environment and Nature
Lake Louise
Mountaineering
Mountains
Ski mountaineering
Sports and leisure
Sports and recreation
Winter sports
Wapta Traverse
Geographic Access
Canada
Alberta
Banff National Park
Lake Louise, AB
Access Restrictions
Restrictions may apply
Language
English
French
German
Japanese
Spanish
Category
Environment
Exploration and travel
Sports, recreation and leisure
Biographical Source Notes
Alpine Club of Canada website: https://www.alpineclubofcanada.ca/rob-ritchie-balfour-hut/"
Title Source
Title based on contents of sub-series
Processing Status
Processed
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Big Sister Summit Records

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Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Scope & Content
Files consist of summit notes and summit registers from Big Sister produced by the Alpine Club of Canada between 1994 and 2004. Summit records include entries from visitors to the various summits which pertain to individuals' hiking and climbing trips; details of specific events which occurred whil…
Date Range
1994-1998
2000-2001
2003-2004
Reference Code
M200 / V / A / 65 to 67
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Textual record
Organization record
Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M200
V14
S6
Series
M200 / V: Summit Records
Sous-Fonds
M200
Sub-Series
M200 / V / A: Identified Summit Records
Accession Number
accn. 7779
accn. 2023.10
accn. 8002
Reference Code
M200 / V / A / 65 to 67
GMD
Textual record
Organization record
Responsibility
Summit Registers and Notes produced by Alpine Club of Canada
Date Range
1994-1998
2000-2001
2003-2004
Physical Description
3 volumes 3 cm of textual records
History / Biographical
Big Sister peak is one of the Three Sisters Mountains near Canmore, AB, and is the highest mountain of the Three Sisters.
Scope & Content
Files consist of summit notes and summit registers from Big Sister produced by the Alpine Club of Canada between 1994 and 2004. Summit records include entries from visitors to the various summits which pertain to individuals' hiking and climbing trips; details of specific events which occurred while at the summit, wildlife sightings, trail updates, and related topics. Files include: M200 / V / A / 65: Big Sister Summit Register May 8, 1994 - Sept. 5, 1998 M200 / V / A / 66: Big Sister [Canmore, 2000-2001] M200 / V / A / 67: Summit Register - Big Sister, Sept 2003 - Sept. 2004
Name Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Subject Access
Alberta
Alpine Club of Canada
Backcountry skiing
Backpacking
Banff
Bow Valley
Canmore
Climbing
Cross-country skiing
Environment
Environment and Nature
Hiking
Mountain
Mountaineering
Mountaineers
Mountains
Record keeping
Ski mountaineering
Sports and leisure
Sports and recreation
Summit
Trails
Winter sports
Geographic Access
Canada
Alberta
Canadian Rocky Mountains
Bow Valley
Canmore
Canmore, AB
Canmore, Alberta
Rocky Mountains
Three Sisters Mountains
Access Restrictions
Restrictions may apply
Reproduction Restrictions
Contains personal information
Language
English
Conservation
Some registers contain mold. Some registers contain water damage.
Related Material
M235
Category
Environment
Exploration and travel
Sports, recreation and leisure
Title Source
Title based on contents of file
Processing Status
Processed
Less detail
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Care of climbing skins

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/catalogue10515
Medium
Library - Periodical
Author
Skrastins, Alf
Call Number
P
Author
Skrastins, Alf
Physical Description
p.43
Medium
Library - Periodical
Subjects
Ski mountaineering
Notes
In Explore, no.58, Dec 1992-Jan 1993
Call Number
P
Collection
Archives Library
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Castle Mountain Summit Registers

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Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Scope & Content
Files consist of summit notes and summit registers from Castle Mountain produced by the Alpine Club of Canada between 1995 and 2010. Summit records include entries from visitors to the various summits which pertain to individuals' hiking and climbing trips; details of specific events which occurred…
Date Range
1995-2003
2005-2010
Reference Code
M200 / V / A / 51 to 53
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Textual record
Organization record
Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M200
V14
S6
Series
M200 / V: Summit Records
Sous-Fonds
M200
Sub-Series
M200 / V / A: Identified Summit Records
Accession Number
accn. 7779
accn. 8119
Reference Code
M200 / V / A / 51 to 53
GMD
Textual record
Organization record
Responsibility
Summit Registers and Notes produced by Alpine Club of Canada
Date Range
1995-2003
2005-2010
Physical Description
3 volumes 3 cm of textual records
History / Biographical
Castle Mountain is located in Banff National Park. The mountain is named for the castle-like appearance due to erosion. From 1946 to 1979 it was known as Mount Eisenhower in honour of war veteran, General Dwight D. Eisenhower. The pinnacle on the mountain's southeastern side is called Eisenhower Tower or Eisenhower Peak.
Scope & Content
Files consist of summit notes and summit registers from Castle Mountain produced by the Alpine Club of Canada between 1995 and 2010. Summit records include entries from visitors to the various summits which pertain to individuals' hiking and climbing trips; details of specific events which occurred while at the summit, wildlife sightings, trail updates, and related topics. Files include: M200 / V / A / 51: Castle Mountain Summit Register 1995 - 1998 M200 / V / A / 52: Castle Mountain Sep 26, 1998 - July 20, 2003 M200 / V / A / 53: Summit Reg. Castle Mtn. [2005 - 2010]
Name Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Subject Access
Alberta
Alpine Club of Canada
Backcountry skiing
Backpacking
Banff National Park
Bow Valley
Castle Mountain
Climbing
Environment
Environment and Nature
Hiking
Mountain
Mountaineering
Mountaineers
Mountains
National parks and reserves
Ski mountaineering
Skiing
Ski area
Ski areas
Sports and leisure
Sports and recreation
Summit
Trails
Winter sports
Geographic Access
Canada
Alberta
Banff National Park
Bow Valley
Canadian Rocky Mountains
Castle Mountain
Castle Mountain, AB
Mount Eisenhower
Rocky Mountains
Access Restrictions
Restrictions may apply
Reproduction Restrictions
Contains personal information
Language
English
Japanese
Mandarin
French
Related Material
M235
Category
Environment
Exploration and travel
Sports, recreation and leisure
Biographical Source Notes
A history of West Castle to Castle Mountain Resort 1967 to 2007 : for skiing pleasure unlimited, 2014, Steven Kenworthy, Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, Archives Library, Call No: 08.3 K42h
Title Source
Title based on contents of file
Processing Status
Processed
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Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Scope & Content
File consists of a summit record from Cathedral Mountain produced by the Alpine Club of Canada from around 2010 to 2014. Summit record includes entries from visitors to the various summits which pertain to individuals' hiking and climbing trips; details of specific events which occurred while at th…
Date Range
ca. 2010-2014
Reference Code
M200 / V / A / 116
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Textual record
Organization record
Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M200
V14
S6
Series
M200 / V: Summit Records
Sous-Fonds
M200
Sub-Series
M200 / V / A: Identified Summit Records
Accession Number
accn. 2023.20
Reference Code
M200 / V / A / 116
GMD
Textual record
Organization record
Responsibility
Summit Registers and Notes produced by Alpine Club of Canada
Date Range
ca. 2010-2014
Physical Description
0.5 cm of textual records 1 volume
History / Biographical
Cathedral Mountain is located in Yoho National Park, in British Columbia. Nearby are Lake O'Hara, Mount Stephen, Hungabee Mountain, Mount Temple, Mount Huber, and the town of Field, B.C.
Scope & Content
File consists of a summit record from Cathedral Mountain produced by the Alpine Club of Canada from around 2010 to 2014. Summit record includes entries from visitors to the various summits which pertain to individuals' hiking and climbing trips; details of specific events which occurred while at the summit, wildlife sightings, trail updates, and related topics. File: M200 / V / A / 116: Cathedral Mnt.
Name Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Subject Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Backcountry skiing
Backpacking
British Columbia
Climbing
Club
Cross-country skiing
Description and travel
Environment
Environment and Nature
Hiking
Lake O'hara
Mountain
Mountaineering
Mountaineers
Mountains
National parks and reserves
Parks
Record keeping
Ski area
Ski areas
Ski mountaineering
Skiing
Skis
Sports and leisure
Sports and recreation
Summit
Temple Mountain
Trails
Winter sports
Geographic Access
Canada
Canadian Rocky Mountains
Rocky Mountains
British Columbia
Yoho National Park
Mount Huber
Mount Temple
Mount Stephen
Cathedral Mountain
Access Restrictions
Restrictions may apply
Language
English
Conservation
Summit notes are loose pages in file folder.
Related Material
M235
Category
Environment
Exploration and travel
Sports, recreation and leisure
Title Source
Title based on contents of file
Processing Status
Processed
Less detail
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