Discover one of Canada's finest mountain landscapes. Flowing out of mountains at the far end of the North American cordillera, the waters of these rivers (the Peel, Wind, Snake, Bonnet, Plume, Ogilvie, Blackstone, Hart and Rat) descend through the most northerly reaches of the boreal forest. This book reveals different aspects of the Peel Watershed, from its ancient geological origins to the mosaic of landscapes found there today. While few traces of is human heritage can be seen now, the Peel brims with interesting characters forming the human history of the region.
|Author||Juri Peepre, Sarah Locke|