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Geobackcountry Rogers Pass North

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3rd Edition
Volume 1

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This two-part volume, GeoBackcountry Rogers Pass: North, is the third edition of author and skier Douglas Sproul’s companion guidebooks to backcountry skiing routes in Rogers Pass, complete with maps, illustrations, and full-colour photography. Located in British Columbia’s Selkirk Mountains within Glacier National Park, two distinct areas are covered by each book. North is Volume 1 and south is Volume 2, as geographically divided by the Trans-Canada Highway.

Sproul’s inimitable guide is packed with practical insights gained from his hard-earned knowledge exploring the backcountry with a keen eye and a pair of skis. Each volume is laid out in logical sections, providing readers with invaluable information on everything from terrain, skill level, parking, avalanche safety, park permits, and more.



  • Wire-O lay-flat binding
  • 8.5” x 5.5” landscape format
  • Full colour
  • 273 routes (both books combined)
  • New terrain
  • Photo specific sections
  • Full page, high-quality, illustrated photos
  • Updated route grading
  • New custom maps
  • New and improved route descriptions
  • Local knowledge
  • Ski traverses
  • Backcountry huts
  • GPS coordinates and location info
  • Parks Canada trails
  • Parks Canada Designated Access Routes


  • Developed in Revelstoke, BC
  • Printed in Canada
  • 3rd Edition
  • Dimensions: 8.5” x 5.5” (landscape)
  • Pages: 216
  • Release date: May, 2021
  • ISBN: 978-0-9937695-6-6
  • Regionality: British Columbia
  • Language: English
  • Ideal for: Backcountry skiing | Ski mountaineering


Mountain photography

Mountain photography is mostly landscape photography which is naturally, best presented in a landscape format. Terrain photography in the new books is a useful blend of aerial and land-based images. This results in a better understanding of the terrain as well as a real-life view as viewed by the skier on the ground.

  • Full-page (8.5” x 5.5”) high-resolution photos
  • 17” x 5.5” double-page spreads
  • Mindfully researched and carefully selected photos from various angles:
  • Aerial photos for overview
  • Mid-level ground and aerial photos for detailed terrain view
  • Low-level ground photos for the approach view


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