…And the Winner of our First Trivia Quiz is…

Posted on: June 12th, 2012

Neal Courtney from Alberta, got all answers right and got randomly drawn so won the first set of 3 companion guides generously offered by the author Graeme Pole.

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For the record, the three questions asked were:

1. The first Canadian mountain more than 3,048 metres high (10,000 feet) to be climbed was:
– Mount Temple
– Mount Stephen
– Mount Robson
– Mount Hector
The correct answer is Mount Stephen.

2. The Kicking Horse River is a tributary of the:
– Columbia River
– Kootenay River
– Campbell River
– Bow River
The correct answer is Columbia River.

3. Which figure in Rockies history was known as “the little emperor”?
– James Hector
– James Sinclair
– George Simpson
– William Cornelius Van Horne
The correct answer is George Simpson.

There are 9 more chances to win a set of these guides. Make sure to check our Trivia Quiz #2, running from June 4 to July 4 inclusive. Sorry, only one answer per person will be accepted. If your entered answers were right, your name will be entered in our random draw and you could win the set.

Good luck!

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