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  • ISBN 978-0-9783377-3-5

    The People & Peaks books are a series of publications of true stories of the traditions, history and culture of an almost forgotten mountain people. These 'first person' accounts have become founding documentation about the people, past and present who lived and worked in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. 

    People & Peaks of Willmore Wilderness Park: The Legacy Continues is the a continuation of People & Peaks of Willmore Wilderness Park: 1800s to mid-1900s. The stories are primarily in the Jasper National Park and Willmore Wilderness areas of the Canadian Rockies.

  • “Ancestors Calling” shares the Mountain Métis culture through the music and stories of award-winning musician Laura Vinson; a descendent of the early voyageurs Louis Loyer and Louis Karakuntie. 2014 Awards: “BEST OF” the Jasper Short Film Festival in 2014. 2015 Awards: The Alberta Film & Television Rosie Awards nomination for Best Original Musical Score (non-fiction over 30 minutes)
  • “Women of Willmore Wilderness” shares the story of riding the Rockies thru time, revealing the experiences of mountain women past and present. The story reveals how their experiences in mountain culture, have deeply inspired them. 2014 Awards: Women of Willmore Wilderness was nominated for two 2014 Alberta Film & Television Rosie Awards nominations for Best Documentary (non-fiction over 30 minutes) and Best Original Musical Score (non-fiction over 30 minutes.)
  • “Wildie” is a story that features two young native women as they each start and train wild horses. Both teens embrace the traditions and culture of their forefathers who lived and worked in the Canadian Rockies. 2013 Awards: Wildie was nominated for the Best Original Musical Score (non-fiction over 30 min) for Alberta Film and Television Rosie Awards Many of us have dreamed of taming one of the wild horses that still roam freely in the Rockies. Share the experience of two young native women as they each start and train a wild mare. See friendship and trust grow between horse and rider as they bond under the mentorship of Master Horseman Larry Nelles. Wildie shares the story of a unique horseback culture. The Alberta Film & Television Rosie Awards nominated "Wildie" in 2013 for the Best Original Musical Score non-fiction over 30 minutes. Wildie: 44:29 minutes  
  • “Long Road Home” is a story of a 200 kilometer, 12-day horseback expedition through the Canadian Rocky Mountains featuring the return of Mountain Métis descendants, whose forefathers were forced out of Canada’s Jasper National Park in 1909. 2011 Awards: Long Road Home was an Official Selection for the 2011 Dreamspeaker’s Film Festival.
  • ISBN 978-0-9783377-2-8

    The People & Peaks books are a series of publications of true stories of the traditions, history and culture of an almost forgotten mountain people. These 'first person' accounts have become founding documentation about the people, past and present who lived and worked in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. 

    Women of Willmore Wilderness shares the written journals and photo journals of women who ventured on extended horse pack trips  in Mt. Robson Park, Jasper National Park, Willmore Wilderness Park, Kakwa Wildland Provincial Park and Kakwa Provincial Park in B.C. The journals are from 1915, 1937, 1942 to 1946 and a present day journal of the author finding and clearing the trails of yesteryear.

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