Rogers Pass in Glacier National Park is a major alpine climbing centre on the Trans-Canada Highway of British Columbia. Rogers Pass Alpine is the comprehensive climbers guide to its 320 climbs, with over 350 beautiful photos and topos, and extensive descriptions that cover more than 60 peaks in the heart of the Selkirk mountains. The wonderful geography, fine quartzite, and amazing traverses present a unique collection of alpine experiences to satisfy all climbers. Conditions, weather, climbing strategies, recommended climbs, detailed approaches, and the rich history of the area are woven together into this exceptional collectors guidebook. Rogers Pass Alpine is also a celebration of the rich 120-year history of the birthplace of mountaineering in North America, and is the Centennial Edition of the first guidebook of 1912.