From The Beginning

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Completed Climbs

Summits of the Maritimes highpoints. Click to view
May, 2012 - The Maritimes
# 8, 9, 10 - "Summited"
Top of New Brunswick: Mount Carleton
Top of PEI: Glen Valley
Top of Nova Scotia: White Hill

Summit of the, umm ... "peak" - of Saskatchewan! Click to view
November, 2011 - Cypress Hills
# 7 - "Summited"
Top of Saskatchewan: Cypress Hills

Summit & shadow of Fairweather Mtn on Pacific Ocean - June, 2009 Click to view
June, 2009 - Fairweather micro-site
# 6 - Summited
Top of BC: Fairweather Mountain

Summit of Mount Logan: 2008
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June, 2008 - Logan micro-site
# 5 - Summited
Top of Yukon & Canada: Mount Logan

Base Camp 2007: Mount Logan
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May, 2007 - Logan micro-site
# 4 - Climb Attempt
Top of Yukon: Mount Logan

Top of Manitoba: Baldy Mountain
#3 - Summited
Top of Manitoba: Baldy Mountain

Top of Ontario: Ishpatina Ridge Click to view
Sept, 2006 - Ishpatina
#2 - Summited
Top of Ontario: Ishpatina Ridge

Top of Alberta: Mt Columbia
#1 - Summited
Top of Alberta: Mount Columbia

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An "Exploration Live" Adventure
From Mt. Caubvick / D'Iberville


The Summits of Canada Expedition have targetted their sights this summer on Newfoundland & Labrador's and Quebec's high-point: Mount Caubvick and D'Iberville.

Taking place during July & August, 2014, the team must first catch a flight to the remote Inuit settlement of Kangiqsualujjuaq.

Team progress can be tracked again this year by GPS. Click the link to the right for more details on this adventure.

Click to Follow the Team on their attempt
at Mount Caubvick / D'Iberville.

Follow The Team

And for details on the highest peak of
Quebec and Newfoundland & Labrador,
Click here


Clicking the Play button to the right, you can watch the video preview from 2007 expedition to Mt. Logan >>

Note: if you can't see it, you may need to download the Windows Media Player (free).

2007 Mount Logan Expedition Video Preview
Click to Follow The Climb via Live Search Maps

Fairweather 2009 Expedition
June 5, 2009

Status: Team safe back in Haines, Alaska
and ready to make the long trip back home.

  View the 2009 Fairweather micro-site

Using Live Search Maps:

Note: if you are using a Macintosh, it is recommended using the FireFox 0.9 browser or higher.

To view maps in 3D, you will need to install Virtual Earth 3D.

Click to follow the team Live From Fairweather Mountain

Also, please enable/allow pop-ups in your browser's settings.

Click to Follow the Team Live From Mt Logan

Click the links below to view a variety of multi-media items
from each climb, and/or related to the climb and the area/region.
(Note: Items with missing media links will be added soon.)


Completed/Attempted Climbs
11 - Nova Scotia: White Hill
     Completed: May, 2012
10 - PEI: Glen Valley
     Completed: May, 2012
9 - New Brunswick: Mount Carleton
     Completed: May, 2012
8 - Saskatchewan: Cypress Hills
     Completed: November 7, 2011
7 - British Columbia: Fairweather Mtn
     Completed: June 2, 2009
6 - Yukon Territory: Mt Logan
     Completed: June 3, 2008
5 - Yukon Territory: Mt Logan
     Attempted: May 11, 2007
4 - Manitoba: Baldy Mountain
     Completed: December 1, 2006
3 - Ontario: Ishpatina Ridge
     Completed: September 22-29, 2006
2 - Alberta: Mount Columbia
     Completed: August 10-13, 2006
1 - Alberta: Mount Columbia
     Attempted: June 24-26 , 2006

Upcoming Climbs
Nunavut: Barbeau Peak
Newfoundland: Mount Caubvick
Quebec: Mount D'Iberville
NWT: Un-named Peak
(Upcoming climbs, in no particular order)

Inspiring By Example







CanaTREK, the Summits of Canada Expedition Team - 2006-2008
"Revolutionizing Education through Technology & Adventure - One Step At A Time"