Developed as a three-day field trip across the southern Canadian Cordillera between Calgary and Vancouver, this updated text was released at the 2003 joint meeting of GAC-MAC-SEG. The field trip follows the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1) from Calgary westward to the Village of Cache Creek. From Cache Creek southwestward to Vancouver, the route is mainly along Highway 99. As the trip must traverse a distance of just over 1,000 km in three days, emphasis is placed on localities that provide specific information bearing on the geological architecture and tectonic evolution of the southern Canadian Cordillera as a whole. Overnight stops are in Rogers Pass and Cache Creek.
Geological Association of Canada. Cordilleran Section
Print on Demand – 165 pages (2003)
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