Hot Off The Presses!

By Sarah Jacobs, November 4th 2023 We are pleased to announce the release of the Canadian Mountain Assessment (CMA). Bringing together insights from First Nations, Métis and Inuit knowledge keepers, as well as findings from an extensive review of pertinent academic...

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Welcome to New Blog

The Mountain Legacy Project began its blog adventures in 2010 as a way to document and share our work. The old blog site—and indeed the structure of mountainlegacy.ca—moved to a University of Victoria-hosted WordPress platform earlier this year. This shifted how the...

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Epic Heli Ride Over The Victoria Cross Range

In the summer of 2022, James Tricker, Catalina Madrid, and myself, went out into the field in Jasper National Park for a month-long period to complete 26 stations in Jasper’s three main valleys (Tricker’s study location). Our arrival in Jasper was prefigured by months...

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Putting the Clues Together: Figuring out Camera Locations

Putting the Clues Together: Figuring out Camera Locations

By James Tricker The repeat photography undertaken at the Mountain Legacy Project (MLP) requires thorough preparation before the season starts, and long days in the field hiking to remote peaks and promontories, as Claire and Daniel recount in their climb up Mt...

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“Mountain Legacies”: The Podcast

“Mountain Legacies”: The Podcast

Mt Robson and the Robson Glacier, A.O. Wheeler, 1911 Here at MLP, we’re always excited to talk about mountains. We were recently lucky enough to work with Mendel Skulski and Adam Huggins at Futures Ecologies, who turned our learnings in and about mountains into a new...

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A Day in the Field: Going up Mt Alderson

A Day in the Field: Going up Mt Alderson

The Mountain Legacy Project (MLP) now boasts over 10,000 repeat photographs collected over close to three decades. Our repeat photography involves intense fieldwork across Canada’s mountain landscapes. In the following series of blog posts, we turn our focus "behind...

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MLP Explorer: A brand new (digital) face

MLP Explorer: A brand new (digital) face

The Mountain Legacy Project launched a brand new Explorer tool. Building on our previous public-facing website it is a future-oriented platform for serving up images and information about the world’s largest systematic collection of mountain repeat photography.

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