Book Reviews

“Mountain Romantics: The Whytes of Banff” by Chic Scott

History as it should be told; gold and dross, wheat and chaff, joy and woe.

#WhyteWednesdays – Byron Harmon

A glimpse back into the early days of life in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, courtesy of the archives at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies.

BOOK REVIEW: Climber’s Paradise

A celebration of the longstanding relationship between the Alpine Club of Canada and our wonderful mountain parks.

Extras: Summer Issue 2012

We’ve put together a collection of resources, videos and articles that will enhance your experience of the subjects featured in the Summer 2012 issue of Highline Magazine. Check ’em out and enjoy! Wild Bill Peyto’s Lost Cabin Parks Canada Guidelines for the Management of Archaeological Resources Women Gone Wild Read more about it: Grit: Perseverance and Passion for Long-Term Goals The Whyte…

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Whyte Museum’s Gateway to the Rockies

My feet tread lightly on a plastic sheet as I enter the construction zone of the Whyte Museum’s new Gateway to the Rockies exhibition. As the museum’s Marketing and Communications Specialist, Pamela Challoner, guides me through the tangled web of artifacts yet to be installed, she gets a yelp from Curator of Photography, Craig Richards, who is mounted on an early 1900s-era…

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