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Canadian Mountain Network

mountainOnce you’ve got a train layout set up on a flat table, you might want to make it more interesting by adding some mountains and hills. We know that for people new to hill walking it can be an exciting and slightly daunting prospect which is why we’ve developed two courses designed to equip you with some basic knowledge and safety skills so that you can participate in more hill and mountain walking in your own time.

We are Any Mountain—and any river, valley, peak, desert, stream, prairie, and forest—wherever you want to go and whatever you want to do, it begins at one of our 3 convenient Bay Area locations (Redwood City, Dublin, Corte Madera) and our mountain location in Tahoe City.

The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for Southern Arizona areas, including the Catalina and Rincon Mountains, Chiricahua Mountains, Dragoon and Mule and Huachuca …

Canadian Mountain Network

mountainThe elk population in the United States today is well over 1,000,000 animals, with the population growing fairly steadily since a population count was made in 1975, at which time the estimated population was just over 500,000. These numbers are for Rocky Mountain elk. Denver’s park system extends well into the mountains. Now think about the first time you ever went mountain climbing. Mountain biking in Reno is an awesome experience because there are so many different types of trails available, from high Sierra to high desert, and you are so close to so many trails, it’s easy to reach a new trail every day if you’d like.

Some climb the foothills of Peavine Peak on the northern boundaries of the city, while others climb the canyons and flats of Northwest Reno, the Steamboat Ditch, and South Reno. After the Park: Continue on I-70 west to Exit 252 and take …