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Publications




Wild Mountain Music Festival

Fantastic three-day music festival at the foot of the Rocky Mountains. Held at the beautiful Entrance Ranch, 8km north of Hinton on Highway 40. Come see The Sheepdogs, Big Sugar, Wide Mouth Mason, Matt Andersen, and Ridley Bent and many more. There will be food, arts and craft vendors, a kids tent, beer garden, and free camping for weekend pass holders. Early bird price in effect until May 15th. Get full event details at  http://www.wildmountainmusicfest.caRead more...



Heritage Classic Jamboree

This event will be held annually on Alberta's Heritage Day long weekend and is the perfect place to get together with other Traditional Bow hunters, Share some laughs, tell some stories, meet new friends, or get reacquainted with old ones. We will try to hold the H.C.J. in different parts of the province each year. It will also be our main fund raiser for the year. Read more...



The Crew of the Henry Expeditions

Stan lark, had trained as a forester, and been instrumental in the development of the Rocky Mountain and Athabasca Forest Reserves in Alberta. He homesteaded the Entrance Ranch near the present community of Hinton, and had also served as an Alberta Game Commissioner. Clark started outfitting north of Jasper Park, and one of his more notable clients was Major Townsend Whelan, who he took on a successful sheep hunt west of the Smokey River in 1922. Subsequent articles on the trip in Outdoor Life, gave his outfitting business a tremendous boost. By the 1930s, it was starting to get a little crowded in the outfitting business on the east slope in Alberta, and Clark looked north. He purchased the Billy Hill ranch on Cache Creek, which provided a Peace River base for his pack horse outfit. The Henry expeditions helped facilitate moving his operation north, but he also outfitted for a number of big game hunting expeditions in the area during the 1930s. More....