My Favourite Hiking & Scrambling Websites:
Bob Spirko – A preeminent resource, Bob & Dinah have summited over 500 peaks – and they’re great people too!
Sonny Bou – Another fantastic site with hundreds of trip reports.
explor8ion – An incredible website for trip reports and photography. Vern is amazingly talented!
Andrew Nugara – A fantastic human being and author of More Scrambles in the Canadian Rockies, A Beginner’s Guide to Snowshoeing in the Canadian Rockies, and Snowshoeing in the Canadian Rockies. Go out and buy a copy of the latest edition… in fact, here’s the link to Indigo Books. Do it, do it now!
Bivouac – You have to pay to belong, but there are hundreds of trip reports by the late Rick Collier. These essays are masterfully written and provide information on many obscure destinations.
Alpine Club of Canada Southern Alberta Chapter – A great group of friendly people! If you want to learn how to do anything related to mountaineering, this is the group to join.
Clay Geddert – A talented young mountaineer and writer based out of Lethbridge.
Matthew Clay – Matthew and his wife, Sandra, have compiled an excellent resource of trip reports and photography. Definitely worth visiting and following!
My Favourite Fishing Websites:
Jensen Fly Fishing – Dave & Amelia are passionate fly fishers who possess incredible skill and a wealth of information. They are also excellent photographers and artists.
My Favourite Weather Forecasting Sites:
Spotwx – The best and most comprehensive site that I’ve discovered!
Mountain-Forecast – Not as good as Spotwx, but still very reliable.
University of Alberta Canadian Mountain Studies Initiative – How awesome is it to combine your passion for mountains with your passion for academics?
North American Society for Sport History – The purpose of NASSH is to promote, stimulate, and encourage the study, research and writing of the history of sport; to support and cooperate with local, national, and international organizations having similar purposes. The Society runs its activities solely for scholarly and literary purposes, not for pecuniary profit.