This extensive guidebook is the complete reference to Squamish climbing, portraying over 2,000 routes across 576 pages with more than 700 photos, maps, and topo drawings. Squamish Rockclimbs extends from Murrin to the Chief to the Smoke Bluffs, and includes the alpine peaks of Sky Pilot and the sea cliffs of Howe Sound. A 76 page history includes guest stories, photo galleries, and a 14,000 word story about the 100-year evolution of climbing at Squamish. This beautiful guidebook is commercial-free, contains no advertising, and was developed and manufactured entirely in Canada.
Due to high demand, High Col has re-released the classic 2003 edition of the Bugaboos guide — the 2003 Limited Edition Re-release. If you missed out on this famous guide now is your chance. Supply is limited. The new edition remains in development. No release date.
This unique guidebook brings together in a single collection 1300 of the great rockclimbs of Western Canada, one of the world's most beautiful climbing destinations. Canadian Rock is a dream book for road-trippers, with rock climbing of every kind from...
Rogers Pass Alpine
This beautiful new alpine guidebook covers one of the most popular mountain areas in Canada, with over 300 photos, maps & topos. 256 pages.
The outstanding guide to 158 alpine climbs in southwest BC and northern Washington. Detailed approaches and topos. 350 photos, 360 pages.
Rockies Central is the spectacular guide to the alpine climbs of the central region of the Canadian Rockies, extending from Canmore to Lake Louise, to Golden and Kananaskis. The guide describes in detail hundreds of climbs on famous mountains and little-known moderates...
This is the spectacular guide to more than 1000 climbs at Canada's most popular sport climbing area in the grasslands of the southern Okanagan. Howie Richardson was the first route developer at Skaha in the late 1980s and has been the author of the Skaha Guidebook since 1997...
The superb guide to one of the world's greatest mountain ranges and many of North America's finest alpine climbs. 400+ climbs, 466 pages.
Volume 2 of the award-winning guide to the northern half of the Selkirk mountain ranges in BC. Includes Rogers Pass. 700+ climbs, 456 pages.
The pre-eminent guide to one of the world's great mountain ranges, detailing the approaches, the treks, the climbs and travel. 216 pages.
West Coast Ice
The comprehensive winter guide to ice-climbs in southwest British Columbia. Centred on the Lillooet region. 400+ climbs, 384 pages.
Guidebooks Currently in Development
Canadian Alpine Classics
Canadian Alpine Classics is a large format coffee-table book showcasing Canada's most celebrated alpine routes. Over sixty guest contributors are writing personal stories about the climbs, creating a collection of inspiring literature for climbers around the world. There are hundreds of glorious photos of climbers in action and stunning portraits of Canada's greatest mountains.
Banff Mountain Festival