Athabaska in the Cree language translates to “Where There Are Reeds”, a geographic note of these first peoples’ early connection to Lake Athabaska and the surrounding terrain. Keeping with the tradition of pre-school wandering in the Canadian Rockies, join us as we explore glaciers and their significance from the unique perspective of climbing in the high alpine and glaciated environment of the Athabaska Glacier.
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