John Baldwin has been exploring the Coast Mountains of western British Columbia for over 40 years. His books, maps and photographs describe this incredible wilderness.
Exploring the Coast Mountains on Skis is a guidebook to ski mountaineering. Backcountry Whistler, Duffey Lake, Coquihalla Summit, and Backcountry Shames are custom topographic route maps for ski mountaineering.
His photographs have been published widely in magazines and books. Soul of Wilderness, by John Baldwin and Linda Bily, is a lavish volume of photos and essays featuring the wild beauty of western British Columbia and Alaska. Mountains of the Coast is a photographic portrayal of the intense beauty of the Coast Mountains. A selection of images is presented in a gallery.
The recently added Spearheads Terrain Gallery is an online resource that illustrates the ski touring terrain in the Spearhead and Fitzsimmons Ranges behind Whistler and Blackcomb ski resorts in Garibaldi Park. It is meant to be used with Backcountry Whistler.
Coastal Hiking maps are custom topographic route maps for hiking the North Coast Trail, Nootka Island, Hesquiat Peninsula and Tatchu Peninsula on the west coast of Vancouver Island.
John Baldwin and Linda Bily will be giving slideshows to present their new book Soul of Wilderness. Hope to see you there.
Tuesday October 27, 2015 - Presentation for the Alpine Club of Canada. 7:30pm at Van Dusen Gardens - Floral Hall, VANCOUVER
Thursday November 5, 2015 - Presentation for Mt Waddington's Outdoors. 7:00pm Sardis Secondary School, 45460 Stevenson Rd, CHILLIWACK
Thursday November 12, 2015 - Presentation for the VIMFF. Details forthcoming, VANCOUVER
Sunday November 15, 2015 - Presentation at St Ann's Academy. 7:30pm 835 Humboldt Street, VICTORIA
Thursday November 19, 2015 - Presentation at Squamish Library. Details forthcoming, SQUAMISH
Friday November 20, 2015 - Presentation for the Whistler Arts Council. 7:30pm at Millenium Place, WHISTLER
Tuesday December 8, 2015 - Presentation for the BC Mountaineering Club. 7:30pm at the ANZA Club, VANCOUVER