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AWRC Treasures

Wilderness exists where large areas are characterized by the dominance of natural processes, the presence of the full complement of plant and animal communities characteristic of the region, and the absence of human constraints on nature. Our vision for Alberta is to have a comprehensive system of protected wild areas and engage all Albertans in decision-making processes, policies and laws that recognize the value of nature for its own sake.

1951

Hiking Trails Banff National Park

1951 Hiking Trails in the Lake Louise, Paradise Valley, Moraine Lake, and Lake O’Hara Areas of Banff National Park, Alberta
Pamphlet is in moderate preservation. Note that the map was created in 1950.
Comparing trails from the past and today, and you may find little or no changes.

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1939

Banff National Park - General Information

1939 Banff National Park – General Information brochure with stamp indicating that the origin of distribution was from The Louise Service Station, Banff, Alberta.
The document is in very good preservation.
Includes:
Banff buildings and attractions list with map
Banff National Park Map displaying trails, motor roads, and park boundary

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1925

CNR - Campcraft Woodlore

A 1925 booklet from the Canadian National Railways for tourists on camping.
Although pages 13 and 14 are missing, the document is in very good preservation.

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