Our Trivia Quiz #2

Posted on: July 5th, 2012

The author Graeme Pole is generously offering a second set of 3 companion guides.

Congratulations to the winner, Nitisha Armstrong!


For the record, the three questions asked were:

1. The most common cause of death for grizzly bears in the Canadian Rockies is:
– Collisions with vehicles
– Kills made by wolf packs
– Drowning after falling through river ice
– Duels between males
The correct answer is “Collisions with vehicles”.

2. Who was the first European mountain guide to work in Canada?
– Edward Feuz Sr.
– Peter Sarbach
– Rudolph Aemmer
– Herman Buhl
The correct answer is “Peter Sarbach in 1897”.

3. Jasper National Park is the “hub” of how many major river systems?
– Three
– Four
– Five
– Six
The correct answer is “Five (Athabasca, Columbia, Brazeau/North Saskatchewan, Fraser, Smoky/Peace)”.

There are 7 more chances to win a set of these guides. Make sure to check our Trivia Quiz #3, running from July 5 to August 5 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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