Summer 2013 will see great additions to our family of publications.
– A new magazine called Experience Kananaskis Country & the Cowboy Trail.
Our goal is to lure visitors to the eastern slopes of the Canadian Rockies to experience the mountain parks and the rich authentic cowboy culture, while they explore the many unique Alberta communities that serve this region. The focus of our editorial is shared between the vast areas known as Kananaskis Country and The Cowboy Trail. Readers will appreciate the descriptions of summer trails, the maps, images and campground grids. The information provided on western and ranch activities, communities and culture will make this guide a ‘keeper’. The specific parks, ranches and communities covered from year to year will change, so don’t be surprised if readers collect the issues for future reference. Readers refer to it regularly. Our guide becomes their travelling companion, so you can be confident that your marketing message will be noticed! This magazine will be read by an estimated 130,000 people – both residents of and visitors to Alberta. Many more will view our digital versions on-line.
– The second publication to come to a rack near you is called Experience Fish Creek Provincial Park.
Our goal is to lure people to Fish Creek – one of the largest urban provincial parks in Canada. Located in south Calgary, Fish Creek serves an estimated population of half a million (and growing). Most residents in the area know that a park is “down there”. Lots of folks who live in the lovely neighbourhoods surrounding the park stroll along the ridge, but few appreciate the rich history of the area and take full advantage of all that Fish Creek Provincial Park has to offer. The focus of our editorial is on the long list of outdoor activities that families can enjoy “in their own backyard”. We also profile the neighbourhoods that surround it. You will appreciate the maps, images, and descriptions of the many unique hubs in the park: from Mallard Point to Sikome Lake and from the Bow Valley Ranch to Shannon Terrace. Readers will refer to it regularly. Our guides become their travelling companion, so you can be confident that your marketing message will be noticed! This magazine will be read by an estimated 65,000 people – both residents of and visitors to south Calgary.
– Our third publication slated to be appearing this 2013 year is our brand new Banff Visitor Map. The Banff Visitor Map will be modelled after our highly successful Jasper Visitor Map, a guide we have published for the past three years, and a map that was printed by the Jasper Booster for 18 years prior to us taking it over. The Banff Map features highlights of the southern half of Banff National Park, on one side, and highlights of the northern half of Banff National Park on the other side.