Just completing the final prepress proofing of the premier edition of Experience Kananaskis Country & The Cowboy Trail. The hard copy of this new visitor’s guide will be available for circulation very early in May. Our Distribution Managers are eager to begin stocking our magazine racks and distribution outlets with this wonderful new magazine. Start looking for it just before the May long weekend at Visitor Information Centres located along The Cowboy Trail, within Kananaskis Country, Calgary and area.

For a sneak peek, the mobile edition of this guide should be uploaded to our Online Library by the end of April. Will make a formal announcement when that happens, but if you haven’t yet looked, please do check out our Library when you have a moment. Go to http://www.experiencemountainparks.ca/OurGuides.htm. Here you will find a mobile copy of each of our first 7 annual editions of Experience the Mountain Parks, as well as the 2013 editions of The Jasper Map, and the brand new visitor guides for Sundre, Alberta and for Golden, BC. More to follow… stay tuned!

Happy Trails,
Bob

In a press release dated January 4th, the Cowboy Trail Tourism Association (CTTA) announced that their marketing brochure will become a part of an innovative new tourism publication called Experience Kananaskis Country & The Cowboy Trail to be produced by CMI Publishing of Calgary. 50,000 copies of Experience Kananaskis Country & The Cowboy Trail will begin appearing in Visitor Information Centres and at tourism outlets in Alberta commencing May 2013.

Neil MacLaine, CTTA President, shared his enthusiasm for this innovative collaboration by saying, “CMI delivers a level of knowledge and professionalism in publication production and distribution that surpasses what can be accomplished by a small group of volunteers. This, combined with CMI’s passion for Alberta’s western heritage and life style, makes them an ideal partner for the CTTA.”

Bob Harris, President of CMI Publishing added that, “He is proud to partner with the CTTA and with Alberta Parks to provide outdoor enthusiasts with an integrated visitors guide to the mountain and western cultures that come together uniquely along the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains in Southern Alberta.”

Response to this new project has been overwhelmingly positive. To learn more about Experience Kananaskis Country & The Cowboy Trail, please see the section on this web site entitled “Our Work”.