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Gem Trek spring map special is almost overSee more
The Gem Trek Spring Special is on until May 31. Our retail customers can order any of the Gem Trek maps - staples of the Canadian Rockies hiking and tourist crowd - for 50% off retail with payment upfront. Download the order form here, or submit your order your way, referencing the Gem Trek Spring Special.
National Geographic maps now availableSee more

Alpine Book Peddlers is now also carrying the National Geographic maps, covering the Canadian Rockies and Western Canada regions. We're excited to make this respected brand more accessible to Canadian retailers. Retailers can contact us to request samples, and can let us know if there are additional National Geographic maps you'd like to see us get in stock. You can order off of our 2018 map order form, downloadable here, or order your way.
New journals now availableSee more

Some lovely new nature-themed journal styles have come in from Peter Pauper Press.
Awards newsSee more

Our congratulations to George Mercer, who has won two Gold Medals at the 2018 Independent Publisher Book Awards for books in his Dyed in the Green mystery series that is set in Canada's National Parks. Wood Buffalo won for Canada West - Best Regional Fiction. And Jasper Wild won for Cover Design - Fiction.

And congratulations to Billy-Ray Belcourt, whose poetry collection This Wound Is a World (published by Frontenac House) has been shortlisted for the 2018 Griffin Poetry Prize
CBC Canada Reads 2018: And the winner is...See more

Canada Reads is the annual debate to choose the one book that Canadians need to read this year. 2018's theme is One Book to Open Your Eyes and the five contendors, listed below, are in stock here at Alpine Book Peddlers. The debates concluded this March and the winner is... Forgiveness by Mark Sakamoto. For more info, visit CBC Canada Reads.

Congratulations to Ben Gadd on his new memoir!See more

Ben Gadd is known for knowing everything about his Canadian Rockies home. But just how did he amass his wealth of knowledge and come to love this unique place in the world? Our congratulations to Ben on his new memoir, An Orogenous Life: Memoir and Reader ("Orogenous" means "of or about mountains"), which details just how he came to be a renowned Alberta naturalist, interpretive guide, author of the unmatched classic Handbook of the Canadian Rockies, and winner of the Banff Centre's 2014 Summit of Excellence Award - including both his personal history and thirty-six readings from his favorite written works over the years.