It's here, the Rocky Mountain Collection is starting with our introduction of the Kootenay and Banff leash and collar combo.
Canmore Dog Leash & Collar
Another dog leash and collar by Rocky Mountain Dog! The leash and collar comes in two color styles, one is a morning sunrise colors of blue, pink and yellow, the other one is based on the northern lights with black and green in the night sky.
Canmore is the mountain town nestled on the doorsteps of Banff and the gateway to Kananaskis, Alberta's Rocky Mountain provincial park. Established in 1884, the town was built on coal mining and is now a tourist and mountain adventure destination for outdoor enthusiasts around the world.
The design features the Three Sisters Peaks, legend has it of the Îyârhe Nakoda (Stoney) the name refers to a story of Ĩ-ktomnĩ, the old man or trickster, who would promise 'three sisters' in marriage whenever he was in trouble. There is also a wolf howling at a crescent moon.
Kootenay Dog Leash & Collar
Sprawling across an incredible mountainous landscape larger than Switzerland, the Kootenays are located in the southeast corner of British Columbia and includes four major mountain ranges: the western Rockies, Purcells, Selkirks and eastern Monashees.
The design of the leash is a collage of places and culture of this magical and majestic landscape including Mount Assiniboine, Bugaboo Spire, Emerald Lake and Takakkaw Falls.
And that's not all, we have a snowboarder shredding the powder in the Kokanee backcountry and a helicopter flying over the mountain tops. There might be an unnamed creature lurking in the woods too!
Yes, all that in a dog leash/collar design, you will not find another leash or collar like it anywhere in the world.
Banff Dog Leash & Collar
The leash and collar features Rundle Mountain, moose, The Canadian Pacific Railway and Banff Springs Hotel. The scene is set with a majestic sunset in the Bow Valley.
The Banff All-Mountain Leash & Collar combo now available on our website.
Banff National Park is one of the most iconic national parks in the world, established in 1885, it was Canada's first national park and the world's third national park.
It was in 1888 that W. C. Van Horne, general manager of Canadian Pacific Railway, christened the Banff Springs Hotel “the finest hotel on the North American continent.” Frustrated at not being able to draw visitors to the bold, stunning beauty of the Canadian Rockies, Van Horne announced: “If we can’t export the scenery, we’ll import the tourists.”
More to come
Stay tuned, Canmore combos are coming soon!