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Win this Outdoor Enthusiast’s Book Pack!


We love the printed word. Nothing comes close to the experience of holding a book in your hands, getting lost in a story, running your fingers over photographs, and maybe looking up a route description for your next adventure. It’s something worth celebrating.

That’s why we’ve teamed up with Crowfoot Media partner Rocky Mountain Books to bring you this amazing book giveaway, valued at $200!

Entering* is easy! Simply fill in the form below. Open to both Canada and the USA. Entries are open until 11:59pm MST on June 14!

Package includes:

  • RMB branded bag
  • Buttons and stickers
  • Popular Day Hikes: Kananaskis Country (Gillean Daffern) 
  • Popular Day Hikes: Canadian Rockies (Tony Daffern)
  • Inner Ranges (Geoff Powter)
  • Where Rivers Meet (Stephen Legault)
  • Lost and Found (Jamey Glasnovic)
  • Canadian Rockies: Rediscovered (Paul Zizka)
  • Volume 4, Canadian Rockies Annual

*By entering you agree to be added to the Crowfoot Media Community and Rocky Mountain Books newsletters. You may unsubscribe at any time. Your personal information will not be sold or distributed outside of Crowfoot Media/Rocky Mountain Books. Your responses to the questions may be posted anonymously online as part of our ongoing marketing and website/social content.

Thanks for entering! Save 10% on Canadian Rockies Annual subscriptions (first year) or single magazines and bundles with the code ILOVEMOUNTAINS.

Rocky Mountain Books is one of Canada’s more vibrant, long-standing and evolving book publishers. Established in 1979 to specialize primarily in guidebooks for hikers, climbers and skiers, RMB has strategically repositioned itself and now successfully publishes and promotes a dynamic, growing list of provocative, engaging and award-winning books on mountain history, adventure travel, outdoor culture, environmental consciousness, contemporary photography and children’s books.
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The Canadian Rockies Annual brings together the best of two genres: the curated appeal of a magazine – featuring a range of styles, article lengths, voices and visuals – and the heft of a book, complete with distraction-free reading and exceptional design. Each issue takes the reader on a journey through the Canadian Rockies’ cultural landscape, and delves into the dynamic forces that impact our lives in the mountains.
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