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6T Canmore & Kananaskis Village - Gem Trek (Mapa de Trekking)

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Gem Trek Publishing
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Mapa-Guía de Trekking y Turismo en las Rocosas Canadienses.
Idioma: INGLÉS.
Canmore y Kananaskis Village.
Kananaskis Country.
Escala: 1:50.000.
2007 - 5ª edición.
This map covers some of the most popular terrain for hikers and mountain bikers in Kananaskis Country - Bow Valley Provincial Park, the Canmore area, the Smith-Dorrien/Spray Lakes area south to Mount Shark trailhead, Barrier Lake, and the Kananaskis Village area from Ribbon Creek south to Galatea Lakes trailhead.

Popular trails covered on this map include Grassi Lakes, Yamnuska, Ha Ling, Lady Macdonald, Barrier Lake Lookout, Mt. Allen via Centennial Ridge (the highest maintained trail in the Canadian Rockies), Ribbon Falls and Ribbon Lake, Lillian and Galatea lakes, Karst Spring and Buller Pass.

On the back of the map are trail descriptions and photos of 14 highly recommended day hikes, three overnight trips and six classic mountain bike rides, as well as three areas recommended for cross-country skiing. Also on the back is a 1:25 000-scale inset map of the Kananaskis Village-Ribbon Creek area, as well as contact information for visitor centres, campgrounds, hotels and lodges.

In addition to the standard features, this map also includes:

contour lines at 25-metre (82-ft.) intervals.
traditional topographic map colors - green for treed areas and white for untreed areas.
full color on both sides.
printed on paper.




- contour lines - see individual maps for contour intervals
traditional topographic colors on some maps, relief shading on others - see individual maps for details.
- hiking trails - with trail names and trail distances marked.
- mountain biking trails - with trail names and distances marked.
- cross-country ski trails - shown on the Canmore & Kananaskis Village, Kananaskis Lakes and Bragg Creek maps.
- hydrology- rivers, rapids and falls.
- mountain names, plus elevation in metres and feet.
- glaciers.
- frontcountry campgrounds.
- backcountry campgrounds - designated with the Parks Canada numbering system.
- lodges.
- alpine huts and hostels.
- warden or ranger cabins.
- points of interest and attractions.
- picnic areas.
- highway viewpoints.
- ski areas and golf courses.