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C.R.A.G. - Canadian Rockies Alpine Guides

Guiding, courses & instruction available for all levels. Guides are expert climbers & certified
by the ACMG. Based in Canmore, Alberta. Owned and operated by Alpine Guide J. Mills.


What's New?

Last updated Nov 15th, 2018:
  • It's ice climbing season in the Canadian Rockies! Quite a few routes have been climbed and a whole bunch more are almost ready!
  • We are getting lots of bookings for our popular ice climbing courses and custom trips! Book your trip now while there is still availability! The season runs from November through until early April at the world's best ice climbing destination!

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Weather - Courtesy of the grade 5 class C at Canmore's Lawrence Grassi Middle School!

Nov 15th:

Student #1: "Today it is 5 degrees celcius with a small wind and no precipitation. There is cirrus and cumulonimbus clouds indicating it will probably stay the same temperature and weather all day. A windproof and waterproof jacket, with a toque, mittens, and boots would be good clothes for today."

Student #2: "Today it is cloudy outside but you could still see the sky. The type of cloud is cumulonimbus. There is no precipitation today. The temperature is 5 degrees Celsius. The humidity is 44%, Today the wind is coming from the south and the wind speed is 13.2 km/h. The clothes I predict for today is a wind coat and a vest and a toque."

Student #3: "It is cold out and there are two types of clouds. There is frost and snow on the trees. The wind is very fast and there is no precipitation."

Nov 5th:

"Today it is cloudy. There are stratus clouds forming which could mean stormy weather is on its way. The air pressure is dropping which also indicates bad weather. The current temperature near our school is 0 degrees Celsius. As a class we predict a chance of snow this afternoon based on the clouds, air pressure, and cooler temperature. The type of clothing we recommend is a light, water resistant jacket and a toque."


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