Chart an unforgettable journey through the Rocky Mountains with this beautifully illustrated, 16-panel concertina pull-out wall frieze and learn just how unique and important these mountains are to our world. . Make your way through snow-capped mountains and fast-flowing waterfalls, from the cool city of Vancouver on the western coast, to Banff, the skiing mecca, and over to rodeo-centre Calgary. Then turn the frieze over to discover loads of fascinating facts about each point of interest encountered along the journey, from an abandoned mountain town to the gold rush focal point, Fraser Canyon.
Each title in our Unfolding Journeys series has its own distinct artwork style. Unfolding Journeys - Rocky Mountain Explorer's illustrations of wildlife and architecture lie on a vintage-style backdrop of faded postcard wilderness that encapsulate the Rocky Mountains' history and rugged landscape.
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