Join us as ACMG associate and master climber Sonnie Trotter shares fun memories and inspiring stories of his 20 years in the vertical.
Tom Andrews and Jurjen van der Sluijs present on the historic Caribou Fence Project.
The Canadian Mountain Network is hosting the Mountain Symposium to bring mountain community members and mountain researchers together to engage with and learn from each other. Symposium Attendees will have the opportunity to work in breakout groups to generate research questions and suggest solutions to the panelists’ identified concerns.
The Winter Solstice is an annual social event, which brings together the northern research community from the University, senior administration, partners and stakeholders from government, industry, and the engaged public. In conjunction with the social event, UAlberta Press will launch 2 books throughout the evening.
Mountains play a significant role for northern Indigenous peoples through storytelling. Stories of their hardship as well as their celebratory accounts of their people demonstrate an innate connection to land and place; places of their ancestors through their various stories of origin.
Bison in the Mountains: Panel discussion of Banff National Park reintroduction program - VIDEO AVAILABLE
The Mountain Festival Welcome will feature a short introductory presentation from the Canadian Mountain Network followed by the evening's keynote presentation on the history of bison conservation, from the rescue of the species from extinction, to its return as an ecological force.
Learn about the making of a moose skin boat, honouring the history of the Mountain Dene people. These boats, made out of moose hide dried and stretched over a wooden frame, were used for generations to transport people and trade goods from mountainous regions to trading centres.
Experience International Mountain Day in the amazing Canadian Mountains from anywhere in the world by participating online with the Canadian Mountain Network's livestream to www.internationalmountainday.ca.
Tour de Bloc is a Canadian National bouldering competitive circuit. On this Edmonton stop of the Tour de Bloc circuit climbers from the local climbing community have the chance to compete against climbers from all over Canada.