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International Mountain Day 2016 Livestream

Author

MICHELLE MAUSOLF

Published

Jan 18, 2018

Edited

Jan 18, 2018

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Everyone can share in Canada’s first International Mountain Day celebrations though the Canadian Mountain Network’s Livestream video!

Members of the Canadian Mountain Network sent their live broadcast from stunning mountain vistas and charming mountain communities to share Canada’s special mountain landscapes and culture with the world on Dec 11, 2016.

See mountains on the doorstep of the world’s largest non-polar ice cap in Haines Junction, share memories with the Whyte Museum in Banff, and the fun with skiers at Marmot Basin in Jasper National Park!

Viewers questions and comments were addressed live during the broadcast using #IMD2016CMN.

Visit the Canadian Mountain Network YouTube page for the complete Livestream broadcast!

This event was part of the Canadian Mountain Network’s 2016 Mountain Festival, made possible through the generous support of the University of Alberta faculty of Science, the University of Alberta faculty of ArtsCampbell Scientific Canada, Canadian North, Marmot Basin, and Fireweed Creative. Search #IMD2016CMN to find live-tweets and posts from the 2016 Mountain Festival! 

See the Canadian Mountain Network’s YouTube channel for more Mountain Festival videos!

Skiing in Jasper

Skier at Marmot Basin in Jasper National Park. (Travel Alberta).

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Haines Junction, 
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