BeWild - Exploring America's Wild Places

Mountaineers Books will take you into the heart of the wildest Rockies with their new coffee table book Crown of the Continent.
Shauna Broady Shauna Broady
July 02, 2014

Crown of the continent
July 24th, 2014 I 7PM

THE SEATTLE PROGRAM CENTER 7700 SAND POINT WAY NE.
PART OF THE BEWILD SPEAKER AND FILM SERIES

This event is part of The Mountaineers BeWild Speaker and Film series. Learn more about the lineup and get tickets for the presentation. And learn more about Crown of the Continent on the Wildest Rockies Website

With all the ice-capped peaks and lush valleys in Washington state, it's natural to stay within state lines to hike, camp and climb. While the lands and waters of the Pacific Northwest are indeed bountiful and beautiful, Glacier National Park will stun even the most experienced backcountry traveler.

Last summer Mountaineers Books' Director of Development and Communications, Lace Thornberg, decided to take the trip to Glacier and it changed the way she looked at the outdoors. She was enthralled by the mountain scenery and sheer abundance of mammals, waterfalls and wildflowers. This is why it meant so much to her to help with the final stages of Crown of the Continent: The Wildest Rockies.

You too will be astonished as world-renowned wildlife biologist Douglas H. Chadwick and debut photographer Steven Gnam take you on an exploration of the wonders of a very special public lands treasure in the northern Rocky Mountains in the region called Crown of the Continent.

Brought to you by Braided River, the conservation imprint of Mountaineers Books.

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