Trans-Canadian Tourism in the 1920s
Fine topographical style map of Western Canada and the Canadian Rockies, promoting the Triangle Tour.
The "Triangle Tour" by rail from Jasper National Park to Prince Rupert, BC and by steamship from Prince Ruper to Skagway, Alaska and south to Vancouver, and hence by rail back to Jasper, was apparently a very popular route in the early days of the Railroad. Includes the routes in red, photo illustrations and a fine overview of the tour and Jaspar Park.
On the verso is a large map of British Columbia, the Yukon and Southern Alaska, with an inset map illustrating the routes of the Canadian National Pacific Coast Services and Canadian National Steamship Company.