Thanks to Rob Alexander of the Rocky Mountain Outlook for reviews of two new Summerthought books, A Castle in the Wilderness by Bart Robinson, and a reprint of Tilikum by Norman Luxton. The reviews can be read here: Two Banff icons take spotlight in new books.
Thanks to Rob Alexander of the Rocky Mountain Outlook for his comprehensive review of Lake Louise Past to Present, in which he stated: “I learned more about Lake Louise and its region from this book than from any other single source”
Click here for a PDF of the review.
The Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies announces an 10 April 2010 book launch of Max Elliott’s Canadian Rockies ABC. Exhibition of Elliott’s illustrations continues at the museum through to 10 May 2010.
Summerthought authors Brian Patton and Bart Robinson write about the very best Canadian Rockies hikes in a regular column. Destinations include Lake Agnes, Wilcox Pass, and the Iceline Trail.
After seeing a copy of Summerthought’s new pictorial book, The Canadian Rockies, Where publisher Jack Newton purchased rights for one of the book’s images for the summer 2009 cover of Where Canadian Rockies.
Summerthought Publishing is featured in an Alberta Venture article titled “Who’s Growing Now.”
Summerthought publisher Andrew Hempstead is featured as one of six “famous Albertans” who reveal their favourite places in Alberta.
The Canadian Rockies Trail Guide again makes the Calgary Herald bestseller list.
The history and success of Summerthought is a feature story in the Business section of the Edmonton Journal.