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Milk River Canyon strikes you with awe. The origin of this spectacular beauty is described so that everyone can understand.
Check out the sites along the Red Deer River Valley, Dinosaur Provincial Park, and Devil's Coulee.
Sulphur Gates Provincial Recreational Area is located near Grande Cache. Most people do not even know this scenic gem exists.
Downtown Calgary from Nose Hill. The boulders are part of the Foothills Erratics Train that originated at Mount Edith Cavell in Jasper. Glacial Lake Calgary covered the river valley as high as the road in the foreground.
Terwillegar Park along the North Saskatchewan River Valley in Edmonton. The park grows on one side and erosion takes place on the opposite side. The reclaimed gravel pits are now a park. So much to see.
The Peace River Valley at Peace River. Virtually all of the east erosional bank of the valley here has slumped at some point (S = slump). It is such amazing scenery.
Allow geologist Dale Leckie to guide you through the intriguing story of Alberta’s landscape evolution: from Waterton Lakes National Park to Dinosaur Provincial Park, into the Prairies, and across Alberta’s North. Some of the sites described in this tour book are visited by hundreds of thousands of travelers every year because of their spectacular nature. In contrast, several localities are virtually unknown, and are rarely visited, but are just as visually stimulating. Only the locals know of their existence. These are all landscape gems in Alberta. Put on your hiking boots and fill your car with gas. It is time to explore and learn how Alberta’s most scenic sites were created. ISBN # 978-0-9959082-3-9 Order from your local bookstore.
Be prepared to be amazed by the story written in the Rocks, Ridges, and Rivers: Geological Wonders of Banff, Yoho, and Jasper National Parks. Geologist Dale Leckie guides you through the Canadian Rocky Mountain National Parks. The story of the Rockies, its rivers and valleys, glaciers and hot springs, caves and karst, mountain building and erosion unfolds. With eye-catching illustrations and photographs, this presentation blends story telling with science and natural beauty with easy-to-understand explanations. ISBN # 978-0-9959082-0-8. Available at bookstores and online.